Geez what did Geoffrey ever do to this tween? Although it’s perfectly legal to hunt plains game in Africa I’m not sure I want to hunt this cute cuddly creature. Then again, apparently they drink too much water, creating a problem for the villagers. Surprisingly you can hunt one of these gentle giants for a mere $2500-$3500 (safari price list). More “outrage” . . .
Rebecca Francis claims she is the most hated woman in the world for posting this photo of herself with a giraffe. I have to disagree because I have never seen anyone get more hatred for hunting than Kendall Jones. The antis have even put up a hate page on Facebook for Texas born cheerleader.
Here is my gal pal Kendall Jones, showing off her huge lion kill. You can pay up to $30,000 for a white lion in Africa. If you think you’re gonna bring home your lion trophy after dropping 30+ grand, think again . . .
New U.S. rules affect the importation of any trophy from an African lion harvested on or after January 22, 2016. The rules were issued by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – “Special U.S. import required. Lions from southern and eastern African countries are considered ‘threatened with extinction.’ You cannot import a trophy into the U.S. without first getting a U.S. import permit, in addition to a CITES export permit. According to the rule, as of 2013 legal trophy hunting occurred in five southern and eastern African countries: Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.”
The couple that hunts together stays together. Pictured here Josh Bowmar who hunted a bear with his spear got major crap for this photo. His wife Sara Bowmar even lost her sponsorship with Under Armour.
When we hunt hogs in Texas with a spear, no one throws up a roadblock protest.
How can we ever forget the DRAMA of Cecil The Lion. I mean really I think we saw more riots than when Trump won. So why do these hunters take hunting to the next level even though it may bring them into a negative light?
Biology explains why men kill big game like Cecil the lion — and how that behavior might be stopped – “Why do some humans engage in expensive ventures to hunt lions, elephants and other big-game species that often are endangered or otherwise threatened? The cost, according to a trio of scientists, is exactly the point: these pricey big-game hunts are meant to show off men’s high social status to competitors and potential mates.”
It appears the lions in this video are looking for a nearby Starbucks or Ikea… definitely not a threat to society.
I wonder if anyone would have protested if this man pulled out a spear to defend himself? Hmmmmm.
Last but not least, the tragedy of the gorilla that only wanted to play with this little boy. Click here to read about the endless memes created by Harambe.