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Close down Comre Hunting Safaris!

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Comre safaris promotes hunting of wildlife animals including endangered species. Comre Safaris promises hunters a unique and unforgettable hunting adventure. Their team, consisting of nine people, will make sure their clients enjoy an all traditional African experience. Their hunting area's are South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
They promote their hunting trips with slogans as ‘live the African dream’ and ‘memories to treasure for the rest of your life’.

Comre Safaris promotes hunting of over 60 different animals including these endangered species:

  • African elephant
  • African lion
  • Black rhinoceros
  • White rhinoceros
  • Leopard (hunting with hounds)
  • Hippopotamus
  • Bontebok
  • Nyala
  • Hartebeest

Comre Safaris makes promotional video's for their hunting vacations and put them on their website and Facebook page. These video's feature the hunting of leopards with hounds and killing elephants surrounded by their family group. The amount of stress these animals are in because of these hunting methods is extreme and it should be illegal. All of their video's are accompanied by happy music and smiling people.

Hunting animals like this is terrible, especially because a lot of the animals shown are endangered species. These animals should not be hunted for recreational porposes. Their photo gallery shows people smiling over the killed (endangered) animals and some of the pictures even include small children sitting on the bloody mutilated corpses of these animals.

Kendall Jones is a fan of Comre Safari's and has hunted endangered species with this company before. Recent petitions as and show that a lot of people are concerned about people hunting endangered animals. A lot of people care about wildlife and want to do something about the people ending the animals lives.

Start with closing companies like Comre Safaris down so people like Kendall Jones will not hunt endangered animals anymore.

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