Thirty-three lions were rescued in the past year following Peru's and Colombia's bans on performing circus animals. Like many circus animals, they'd spent their lives locked in tiny metal cages, being hauled from town to town and forced to perform for busy crowds.
They'll soon be rehomed to a sanctuary, but they'll carry with them the scars of their time in the circuses. Many had their claws cut off to stop them from striking their handlers. Their teeth have been smashed in with metal bars. The physical - and mental - toll is evident.
These are some of their names and faces.
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