An American hunteress was photographed with a rare black giraffe she had just shot and killed
The debate about trophy hunting continues to arouse rage, as a growing number of people worldwide oppose the killing of these wonderful animals for the sake of "sports".
And if the subject needed more fuel for the bonfire, the American hunter Tess Thompson Talley became viral after being photographed next to a black giraffe she shot and killed while on a hunting trip in South Africa.
Naturally, the picture aroused a lot of rage on the web when the Africa Digest published this picture on its Twitter account with the caption: "White american savage who is partly a neanderthal comes to Africa and shoot down a very rare black giraffe coutrsey of South Africa stupidity. If the government doesn't seem to be able to take care of our wild animals, then it is time for us to take a step and assume responsibility for our continent, territory, resources and wildlife. Share Share Share! and let's raise a shout against the looting of Africa, this is the only home we have.."
White american savage who is partly a neanderthal comes to Africa and shoot down a very rare black giraffe coutrsey of South Africa stupidity. Her name is Tess Thompson Talley. Please share pic.twitter.com/hSK93DOOaz
— AfricaDigest (@africlandpost) June 16, 2018
The business of renting areas for tourists and letting them hunt and kill exotic animals is very popular, but many local residents believe that the economic gain does not exceed the loss of Africa's wildlife.I like this
Hunting for sport, as a business
As reported, between 2004 and 2014, about 1.7 million animals were hunted around the world. At least 200,000 of these animals were considered endangered animals.
In recent years, hunting for sports has been under heavy fire from activists around the world, and several countries have taken action on the issue. Brazil, India, Kenya and Botswana (along with other countries) banned hunting for sports in their countries in any way, with Australia, France and the Netherlands forbidding the import of lions caught in other countries.
At the moment, South Africa still welcomes those who want to hunt and kill animals, but how long this situation will remain, we'll have to find out. One thing is fore sure, the direction goes to the right place - the prohibition of hunting for sports in a sweeping manner in all countries of the world.
Do you think hunting for sports is abominable and should be stopped? Should people like Tess Thompson Talley be stopped when they shoot these wonderful animals?
If you agree that this should be prohibited, share the article and show your support! Help us stop this together.