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The famished lions in the Sudan, the park is the prompt global campaign to save them

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After a series of heart-rending pictures of starving lions in the Sudan have been placed on-line, a global campaign is underway to save them.

African lions are majestic creatures which are rightfully regarded as the king of the cats, which is why the pictures were published in the last couple of days have been such a shock.

They provide us with a picture of a lion population, such as in ireland and in a part of Khartoum. After it is divided by a solicitor or barrister of the name of Osman Salih, the pictures have attracted a wide audience on social media all over the world, asked people to include the hashtag #SudanAnimalRescue.

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Sudanese citizens, and activists have launched a social media campaign to save the lions and the hungry, after complaints that they were not receiving their daily quota of meat. (Ashraf Shazly/AFP/Getty Images)
(Ashraf Shazly/AFP/Getty Images)

At least one of the lions passed away, according to a Facebook post by Salih on Monday.

“It’s not just the food, but the animal must be detailed, and a special treat for them to get rid of the infections and problems are most likely brought about by contaminated meat and” bad foods,” Salih wrote in a Facebook post on Saturday. “The animals are in cages and are handled in this way, it made my blood boil.”

According to a report by Agence France-Presse (AFP), an international news agency headquartered in Paris, with most species located in the Al-Qureshi’s Park, which is managed by the city government and part-funded by private donors.

“The food is not always available, so we have to buy our own money to feed them,” village manager Essamelddine Hajjar told the outlet.

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An underfed lion is in its cage in the sudanese capital, Khartoum, where conditions have been deteriorating for weeks. (Ashraf Shazly/AFP/Getty Images)
(Ashraf Shazly/AFP/Getty Images)

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Although there have been many offers of financial assistance, Salih has not yet formed a plan, in order to collect donations.

A variety of medical professionals, it can be seen coming to the aid of the lions in the video are placed at Salih’s Facebook page on Tuesday.

African lions are classified as “vulnerable” by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the AFP reports. Their population has fallen by 43 per cent between 1993 and 2014, with only about 20,000 now live.

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