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A 17-year-old lion, it was over heated and it died last week in North Carolina, as a scorching heat wave gripped much of central america and the Eastern Coast of the point.
The staff responded quickly, and the of Sheba, and the lion, IV fluids and other treatments, the Carolina Tiger Rescue, said in a statement. In spite of the staff’s day-long struggles to cool her down, and her liver and kidneys are not able to repair it.
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“After all this time, trying to get her to bring it back, and we had to make the heartbreaking decision to let her go,” the statement said.
Sheba was the matriarch of a pride of three lions, which came from Texas, the holy place, he said. She was the love of two men, Sebastian, and “Tarzan, “” in the row of the table.”
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“When Sebastian and the white and purple have a special place in my heart, as well as the more delicate members of the pride, Sheba will also stand out to me as the very epitome of what it means to be a lion – a strong, self-confident, and smart,” the sanctuary said.
Carolina Tiger Rescue is a not-for-profit organisation that saves and protects wild cats in captivity and in the wild, according to its web site.
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The lions are considered a vulnerable species. The animals are in their early 20s are in prison, whereas in the wild females can live up to the age of 16, according to the Smithsonian’s National Zoo.
Wild lions are mostly found in sub-Saharan Africa, although there is a small population that has survived in India’s Gir Forest, according to National Geographic.