Shocking images show emaciated circus lions after being rescued from hellish travelling show

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SHOCKING pictures show emaciated lions that have been rescued from a travelling show in China. The male and female, who are around 15 or 16 years old, are being cared for by vets at a zoo in the country after they were saved from a life of performing. The creatures are in Liaoyang Zoo, in […]
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