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“Stern”- article about the tragic accident in Nigeria

Published on: April 7, 2024
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“The so-called “Horror Zoo” in Nigeria made headlines in 2023 after videos of two malnourished lions went viral on the internet. Thanks to the help of the veterinarian Dr. Olabode Olawuyi, the animals were saved. But now the shock: Dr. Olawuyi died in an attack by one of the lions.”

For more information about this tragic incident, please visit the following link: Er hatte das Rudel einst gerettet: Löwe tötet Tierarzt in Nigeria | STERN.de

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