Halloween Costume Shows Cecil the Lion Getting Revenge on His Killer

Halloween Costume Shows Cecil the Lion Getting Revenge on His Killer Cecil the Lion gets his revenge on Dr. Walter Palmer in this Halloween costume. (PETA)

After a Halloween costume of Cecil the Lion's killer emerged this week - complete with a headless lion and a bloodied lab coat - it's now time for the big cat to get his revenge.

Animal-rights group PETA is taking pre-orders for the newest costume on its website.

For $139.99, the grisly get-up features a stuffed lion getting its paws into a bloodied a lab coat while it bites the wearer's shoulder.

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The lab coat bears a name-tag saying: "Dr. Walter Palmer."

"Accessorize with a drill, a toothbrush, or a toy crossbow," PETA adds on its website.

There was uproar when authorities said that Dr. Palmer, a dentist in Minnesota, illegally shot the lion during a hunt in Zimbabwe in July. Palmer says he relied on local guides and thought his actions were legal.

In announcing the costume, PETA said: "As animals continue to die in agony at the hands of trophy hunters, it's only fitting for people to make fun of Palmer for his illegal, violent pursuit."

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It comes after a costume company, Costumeish.com, shared images of a costume depicting Palmer killing Cecil.

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