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Defend The Wild Sep 14
'I care deeply for all animals on this planet" ~Hunter who paid $350,000 in an auction to kill an endangered black rhino defends himself amid public outcry
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✾ h0t_p0ppy ✾ Sep 9
what the fuck is this. Is this acceptable treatment for any living thing?
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Defend The Wild Sep 14
Among the luxury products made from these farmed animals is tiger bone wine, which can sell for $257 per 500 ml. Almost every part of the tiger is alleged to have some medical use: the brain, whiskers, eyeballs, nose, penis, tail and feet
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Defend The Wild Sep 14
's image as the saviour of the ecosystem is somewhat undermined by its and wolf hunts. Hunting down the wolf population of a mere 50 to 60 is quite unacceptable.
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Defend The Wild Sep 14
At the beginning of the 20th century, some 500,000 rhinos roamed through Africa and Asia; around 30,000 are alive today Removing a ban on medicinal use will be devastating
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Anons for Cetaceans 13h
Panicked family members with no escape. in ,
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AnonOpsLemuria Sep 13
It is estimated that 60% of 's 1.4 billion people use so-called traditional medicines made from bones, horn, gall bladder and other exotic animal parts
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Defend The Wild Sep 14
Game trophy hunting is not conservation. Big myth/a lie. Killing doesn’t conserve any species
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Defend The Wild Sep 14
kept for are typically given little veterinary care. Abused and neglected for YOU
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Defend The Wild Sep 14
why do they kill?? Small dick club
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✾ h0t_p0ppy ✾ Sep 13
Elephants in are exploited for tourist dollar. Remember this when you look for cheap entertainment . Do NOT buy a ticket. These elephants are dying for your entertainment
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California Cat Sep 14
’s government budgets nothing for conservation. Where does the money for wildlife go?
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AnonOpsLemuria Sep 13
populations have started to recover after years of aggressive , but their numbers are still drastically low: less than 4,000 are believed to exist in the wild today.
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Sandra Morris Sep 13
This is no “sanctuary”, but rather an inhumane jail, created for human entertainment & profit — it should be closed down, with animals properly released to the wild, where they belong.
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Defend The Wild Sep 14
classify these wolves as Norwegian, even though most of them breed in Sweden, yearly proceed with the extermination of wolves.
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California Cat Sep 14
why do people kill animals for "fun"
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Anons for Cetaceans Sep 13
Many many animal exploitation attractions exist in Please remember are beaten , are drugged, before you buy that ticket.
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California Cat Sep 14
selling wild animals to fund what or who? at the core of this
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Defend The Wild Sep 14
the excuse Pieters offers 'couldn't see the collar past the thick bush this time of the year He knew precisely EVERYTHING of the target!
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Defend The Wild Sep 14
At least several thousand# tigers were found to be held at farms across the in 2013 Born To Die
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