Lion Skeletons, Bones and Trophies Exported to Asia from South Africa 2000 — 2010 [Infographic]

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We’re continuing our discussion about the link between rhino horn trade and lion bone trade with an infographic showing lion skeletons, bones, and trophies exported to Asia (including Russia) from South Africa, 2000 — 2010.

Note that rhino horn and trophy export figures are also included in the sidebar. The Rhino Horns and Trophies Exported to Asia from South Africa infographic can be viewed here.
About the Lion Skeletons, Bones, and Trophies Exported to Asia (including Russia) from South Africa 2000 — 2010 infographic:

  • Data source: CITES Trade Database.
  • Data is limited to CITES database parameters.
  • Designed by Rhishja Cota-Larson
  • Data source: CITES Trade Database
  • Data compiled by Sarah Pappin
  • © Saving Rhinos LLC

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Lion Skeletons, Bones, and Trophies Exported to Asia (including Russia) from South Africa 2000 — 2010 infographic © Saving Rhinos LLC

Rhishja Cota-Larson

I am the founder of Annamiticus, an educational nonprofit organization which provides news and information about wildlife crime and endangered species. I am the Editor of Rhino Horn is Not Medicine and Project Pangolin, author of the book Murder, Myths & Medicine, a writer for the environmental news blog Planetsave, the host of Behind the Schemes, and Producer for the upcoming documentary The Price. When I'm not blogging about the illegal wildlife trade, I enjoy gardening, reading, designing, and rocking out to live music.

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  1. Impari Safaris

    thank you for the amazing work you are doing in raising awareness.