The Importance of Lions

The Importance of Lions

By Leo Lam, age 8, Alliance Primary School

I agree that ensuring the  healthy, wild populations of lions continue to roam the savannah for generations to come is not only the job of the Africans, but the job of the whole world. Lions are sold in every country, so everyone could help us with the act. Kids can entertain the lions, the government can establish labs and zoos, and then the scientists can use the labs to know what we can do with the lions.

Hunting men who are hunting for lions will be arrested and face trial. People will having at least one lion for a pet to keep them from dying. Zoos will help protect lions from the hunting men and there will be a free service to link male and female lions to marry.

The more people take care of lions, the less taxes they will pay. Only the people whom care for lions and other endangered animals can be president. Kids and immigrants also.