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1 April 2014 The Evidence of the Survival of the Lion in Mole National Park is Incontrovertible. Reply to: New Records of a Threatened Lion (Panthera Leo) Population in a West African National Park are Unconvincing by Luke T.B. Hunter, Philipp Henschel & Hans Bauer
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Second letter: This Letter to the Editor, as well as the companion Letter to the Editor (African Zoology 49(1): 1–2, 2014) and Short communication (African Zoology 47(2): 353–357, October 2012) that it refers to, have been retracted by the Editors-in-Chief and neither the electronic nor the print version of the short communication or the letters should be cited.

Francesco M. Angelici, Massimiliano Di Vittorio, and Fabio Petrozzi "The Evidence of the Survival of the Lion in Mole National Park is Incontrovertible. Reply to: New Records of a Threatened Lion (Panthera Leo) Population in a West African National Park are Unconvincing by Luke T.B. Hunter, Philipp Henschel & Hans Bauer," African Zoology 49(1), 2-4, (1 April 2014). https://doi.org/10.3377/004.049.0109
Published: 1 April 2014
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