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  1. ~ This June, 2017 article in the U.K. Guardian explains how high fee trophy hunting in Zimbabwe's Sango Wildlife Conservancy is partially funding the transfer of 6,000 animals to Mozambique's Zinave National Park. German entrepreneur Wilfried Pabst is donating the animals from Sango, which is located within the Savé Valley Conservancy in eastern Zimbabwe.
  2. I'm just so disgusted with humanity right now. Nothing else to say, I don't want to get into the whole lion hunting debate all over again, but I hadn't seen this posted yet; I thought folks here would want to know.
  3. I thought some would be interested in this article. I'm not looking to argue with anyone or debate - just wanted to share what I thought was a well-written article - so I didn't post it in the debates section of Safaritalk.
  4. Craig Packer presented "Lions in the Balance: Man-Eaters, Manes, and Men with Guns" September 30, 2015 at the Friends of the University of Minnesota Libraries event at Coffman Memorial Union.
  5. They are obviously not deterred by the adverse public opinion. click here to read the full article
  6. The link to this article was posted by Niassa Lion Project on their Facebook page:

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