A lion cub discovered in Moscow in a garage on Prospekt Mira was diagnosed with rickets and damage to its paw. This was reported to journalists by the head of the capital's Department of Nature Management and Environmental Protection Anton Kulbachevsky. “The animal was depleted, it was diagnosed with rickets and a damaged hind leg,” said Kulbachevsky. Now lions can still be purchased legally, but from January 1 of next year, a law prohibiting them from being kept in apartments will come into force. Recall, it was previously reported that the police began a check on the discovery of a lion in the garage.
Rickets and foot injury found in a lion cub rescued from a Moscow garage
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