I think dentists maybe make too much money.
Cecil the lion – the most famous creature in one of Zimbabwe's national parks – was killed by an American hunter who has boasted about shooting a menagerie of animals with his bow and arrow, The Telegraph can reveal.
Walter James Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, is believed to have paid £35,000 to shoot and kill the much-loved lion with a bow and arrow. The animal was shot on July 1 in Hwange National Park. Two independent sources have confirmed the hunter's identity to the paper, which has also seen a copy of the relevant hunting permit. - Finish reading here. - Telegraph
The lion was lured out of the park and shot with a bow and arrow. Rich people spend a ton of money to have these hunts set up. The hunter doesn't risk much - the hunt is unfair to begin with - and unnecessary killing at that. Of course Palmer did not know the lion was a park animal and protected... even after the kill? Who knows? What a wicked thing to do.
Big man Palmer with leopard.