Dozens of trophy hunting protestors made a human depiction of Cecil the lion.
Recently a group of protestors took a different approach to honoring Cecil the lion.
Led by Minnesota native John Quigley, the group made a human picture of the fallen lion at the Conway Community Center in St. Paul by lying down in a shape of a lion head. The group’s presentation happened on Saturday in efforts to protest trophy hunting.
This homage to Cecil is referred to as aerial art, meaning the depiction is large enough to be seen from the sky.
The image was created in an effort to draw attention to the recent killing of Cecil the Lion by a Minnesota dentist.
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