Each year, thousands of tourists pay to pet young lion cubs in South African animal parks. What they don't know is what happens to the cubs when they get older - they often end up in so-called "canned hunts," where hunting tourists pay tens of thousands to shoot down the cubs deemed too big and dangerous to be around humans. Clarissa Ward shar
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