Seski was named by Zimbabwe as a client of Nyala Safaris, owned by a landowner who has been arrested on accusations of conducting an illegal hunt.
A Facebook page for Dr. Jan Seski Women's Health was racking up comments on Sunday afternoon. "Kudos on lion kill recently. You are a fine specimen of the human race. I see that you also murdered an elephant ..." one comment read.
Meanwhile, the death of Cecil, and the fate of his pride has gripped the world. Last night, his image lit up the Empire State Building in New York City.
Dentist Walter Palmer, of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, has admitted killing Cecil, a favorite with foreign tourists and the subject of an Oxford University study. He has said he trusted his guides and believed all the necessary hunting permits were in order.
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A report this weekend that Cecil's ally, Jericho, had also been killed rapidly spread across social media Saturday, but were proved unfounded.
Sunday morning, researcher Brent Staplekamp went looking for Jericho and snapped this picture of the lion, tweeting "Jericho is alive and well."