Poachers hit Sandringham for a good cause
Environmental activists in Britain have made headlines today as they broke into the Sandringham estate – the royal family’s ‘country home’ in Norfolk, England where Charles and Camilla recently vacationed – and stole the King’s sheep!
⚠️ BREAKING!! ⚠️ THREE LAMBS HAVE BEEN RESCUED FROM A ROYAL FARM ON SANDRINGHAM ESTATE!
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— Animal Rising (@AnimalRising) May 25, 2023
According to the Daily Mail, three female eco-activists from the animal rights group Animal Rising (formerly known as Animal Rebellion) managed to sneak into the royal grounds last night and left this morning, taking three lambs destined for for slaughter.
The three women, wearing pink Animal Rebellion t-shirts, were caught on camera carrying the lambs from Royal Appleton Farm in West Newton and ‘running away’ to freedom in the back of a truck.
The activists then posed with placards reading ‘I saved the king’s sheep – we love animals so much’.
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