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Viral video: Heartless killing of a defenseless wombat, or cherished native ritual?

 
You may have seen the viral video to come out of South Australia this week, which shows an off-duty cop named Waylon Johncock stoning a terrorized, defenseless wombat to death while he’s urged on by his pal filming, ‘Hit it! Hit it!”

Continue reading Viral video: Heartless killing of a defenseless wombat, or cherished native ritual?

Six elephants die in Thai waterfall trying to save a calf, and we’re sick about it

 
According to CNN, five adult elephants in Thailand died while trying to save a calf from a waterfall, which also died.

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Another sign that trophy-hunting-as-conservation is facing real opposition

[Cecil the (late) lion.]

The Telegraph says that anti-hunting organizations are taking advantage of a new report criticizing the dubious conservation claims of trophy hunting to try and kick out pro-hunting groups from the most prestigious conservation body on earth.
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Trophy hunting beneficial to African communities? Boston Globe begs to differ.

[Cecil the lion]

As repugnant as trophy hunting is, it has its defenders. And invariably, they argue that killing lions and elephants in Africa is actually beneficial to the local communities where it occurs.
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Hunter comes up with genius way to increase his kill, gets slapped by the feds

 
You know, it’s really considerate of ranchers in places like Texas to raise exotic species from overseas so hunters can kill them. It’s just a lot more convenient to shoot a blackbuck, also known as an Indian antelope, without flying all the way over to the subcontinent.

Continue reading Hunter comes up with genius way to increase his kill, gets slapped by the feds

She was stunned by the lion’s beauty — so she shot it dead

 
Have you seen these trophy hunting websites? Seriously, they are something else. This is an actual everloving caption to the photo you see above, we’re not making this up…

Continue reading She was stunned by the lion’s beauty — so she shot it dead

‘I buried your dog today’: A searing message for a nameless dog owner

 
We ran across this moving tribute written by Diz Schroeder of Montana. She posted it to Facebook on April 5 and made it shareable for the public, and it now has more than 64,000 shares. We thought you’d want to see it.

 
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Record moose ‘taken’ in Washington, but don’t say it was gunned down

 
The Daily Mail picked up a story written by the Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Washington about a record moose shot by a hunter named Jim Hall.

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Hunter’s excuse for killing young elephants doesn’t seem to be working

[Mike Jines is on the right]

We’re a little worried about Mike Jines and his company, TopGen Energy in Forsyth, Georgia.

Continue reading Hunter’s excuse for killing young elephants doesn’t seem to be working

Rhino horn isn’t Chinese Viagra — it’s for the hangover the next morning

 
How do we get Chinese and Vietnamese cretins to stop treating their ailments with pseudoscience that is causing the decimation of whole populations of animals like rhinos and pangolins?

Continue reading Rhino horn isn’t Chinese Viagra — it’s for the hangover the next morning