In South Africa the lions ate the poachers

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They were "armed with, amongst other things, a high powered rifle with a silencer, an ax, wire cutters and had food supplies for a number of days", according to a press release.

There are six lions in the pride, which act as "watch-dogs" to help protect the resident rhinos from poachers.

An axe and three pairs of shoes and gloves were found later when police and an anti-poaching unit arrived.

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"We are not sure how many - there is not much left of them."There are clothes for three people".

A May 2018 "60 Minutes" report revealed that they are being slaughtered at the shocking rate of three a day at the hands of poachers like the group killed in Sibuya. According to The South African, there have already been nine rhinos killed this year in the Eastern Cape alone, and investigators have reason to believe that there are two groups of poachers responsible for the killings.

"Whilst we are saddened at any loss of life the poachers came here to kill our animals and this sends out a very clear message to any other poachers that you will not always be the victor". At the same time, the handler heard a loud commotion coming from the lions, which she then suspected was the reasoning behind why the dog got her attention to begin with.

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Owner Nick Fox believes the poachers broke into the reserve on Sunday night or early Monday morning, planning to shoot rhinos and cut off their horns with the axe.

In a stunning instance of the animal kingdom taking karma into its own hands - or rather, paws - at least three poachers were mauled to death and then eaten by lions earlier this week after they illegally entered the Sibuya Game Reserve in South Africa to hunt rhinos. "Lions were right there-metres away from us-at the time".

They later learned the noise was likely the poachers being killed by lions. Someone had sawn off their heads and paws-body parts used in traditional medicine, like rhino horn.

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