Help me to Stop Trophy Hunting in South Africa
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- It is Estimated that Around 1.7 Million Trophies were Traded between 2004 and 2014.
- Of these Trophies, approximately 20,000 a Year were Animals which have been Classified as being Threatened with Extinction by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
- 44% of the Traded Trophies were Black Bears which tended to be Hunted in Canada and the United States.
- Mountain Zebras, Leopards, African Elephants, Chacma baboons, and lions were also among the most Traded Trophies in the World.
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In Recent Years, a Number of Countries have begun to give in to Public Outrage about Trophy Hunting.
A number of Countries including Brazil, India, Kenya, and Botswana have Banned the Practice altogether in their Jurisdictions.
Other Countries such as Australia, France, and the Netherlands have also Banned the Importation of Trophies of Lions, and the United Kingdom is likely to Follow Suit.
I CANT BARE TO SEE ANYMORE POSTS ON FACEBOOK SHOWING THE SLAUGHTER OF THESE WONDERFUL DEFENCELESS CREATURES
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