When An Important Tradition Endangers Leopards in South Africa, A Unique Solution Is Required. Brilliant And Inspiring!
Leopard fur has been used as ceremonial attire worn by the five-million or so members of the Shembe church, a large part of South African culture a for over 100 years. Previously worn only by royalty and chiefs, leopard furs form a ceremonial, religious dress that symbolizes beauty, power and prestige. They have become sought after apparel by a...
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