Staff at the South African reserve found the bloodied head and limbs of poachers who broke in to hunt rhinos.
Over the last few years, the Sibuya Game Reserve in South Africa has faced several intrusion by poachers attracted to the reserve’s vast diversity of animals.
Now, in what some are calling an act of nature’s karma, a group of poachers who broke into the reserve to hunt rhinos has been devoured by a pack of hungry lions.
The park’s owner, Nick Fox, believes that the groups of poachers were eaten alive by the pride of lions sometime between the evening of July 1 and the early morning of July 2.
And so little of their remains were left, investigators weren’t even sure how many people were killed.
“The only body part we found was one skull and one bit of pelvis, everything else was completely gone,” said Fox.
However, they suspect that it was three men because they found three sets of shoes and gloves. Additionally, typical rhino poaching groups are usually made up of three people.