In Death, Cecil the Lion’s Gilded Image Helps Hwange National Park

In Death, Cecil the Lion’s Gilded Image Helps Hwange National Park
technology

Luxury company Goldgenie is selling golden HTC One Mgs to raise funds for Cecil’s home

Leo Lutero
  • 10 august 2015

The HTC One Mg from Goldgenie has an expensive sheen only 24K gold can bring. At the back of the phone, a proud lion strides and reads “For Cecil and his Kingdom.”

As most know by now, Cecil, a well-loved lion in the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, has been lured out of the reserve, shot, beheaded and skinned by Walter Palmer, an American dentist who paid over $50,000 for the kill.

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