When he went to the farm, he discovered the disappearance of two of his lions and 6 lionesses, and traces on the ground behind a nearby wall, where he found the eight animals slaughtered, and their faces, claws, noses, and teeth were extracted, with the aim of using them in the "recipes" of black magic.
And the process of skinning the faces of these lions after fishermen killed her by providing poisoned chicken to her.
"They cut the feet of the lions for their claws and the front of their faces for the sake of their teeth," Geert said, adding that the scene "was terrible and unbelievable."
And, with the presence of 8 dead cubs and 6 yet to be born, and two tunnels as a result of consuming poisoned mother's milk, this means that the fishermen actually killed 16 lions, including two lionesses who were about to give birth, which makes this matter more tragic.
He stated that there are 4 groups of footprints, which means that those who carried out the massacre against the lions are 4 hunters who had crossed fences and electrical barriers to reach these animals.
In South Africa, a number of healers, witches, and charlatans use parts of the lions' bodies to make magic therapy doses known as "muti".
The tree means the language of the Zulu people, and is sold to locals who believe it either gives them the ability to ward off evil spirits or bring them good luck.