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#repost@pedromcbride・・・Upside down: Today was a sad day for African elephants as the U.S. lifted the ban on importing elephant “trophies” into the country. This image shows a tranquilized elephant getting moved by @africanparksnetworkto safer regions last summer in effort to protect them during a historic conservation effort. I fear today’s news will enable a flood of images of dead “trophy” elephants getting moved to people’s living rooms instead. While many argue hunting can help pay for conservation, corruption has paved the way for widespread declines in elephant populations.#elephants#africa#conservation#500elephants#malawi@savetheelephants@r.e.s.c.u.e

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Repost from @pedromcbrideUpside down: Today was a sad day for African elephants as the U.S. lifted the ban on importing elephant “trophies” into the country. This image shows a tranquilized elephant getting moved by @africanparksnetworkto safer regions last summer in effort to protect them during a historic conservation effort. I fear today’s news will enable a flood of images of dead “trophy” elephants getting moved to people’s living rooms instead. While many argue hunting can help pay for conservation, corruption has paved the way for widespread declines in elephant populations#elephants#africa#conservation#500elephants#malawi#repost@savetheelephants@r.e.s.c.u.e

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Get behind this people and let’s show Trump we will not let him take over the world and rights of those who can’t defend themselves #bekindtoelephants#notopoaching#stoppoaching#peoplepower#500elephants#elephants#avoicefortheelephants@theellenshow@pinkthank you

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Hunting pays for conservation? Not always. Not when governments who are selling their wildlife are wildly corrupt and have no intention on using the fees for conservations efforts— simply to line their own pockets. This is selfishness pure and simple— that includes each and every hunter who participates in these hunts. Not to mention the fact that elephants are wildly smart, incredibly emotional and social animals who deserve the right to live their lives free of human greed and violence. #repost@pedromcbride(@get_repost )・・・Upside down: Today was a sad day for African elephants as the U.S. lifted the ban on importing elephant “trophies” into the country. This image shows a tranquilized elephant getting moved by @africanparksnetworkto safer regions last summer in effort to protect them during a historic conservation effort. I fear today’s news will enable a flood of images of dead “trophy” elephants getting moved to people’s living rooms instead. While many argue hunting can help pay for conservation, corruption has paved the way for widespread declines in elephant populations.#elephants#africa#conservation#500elephants#malawi@savetheelephants@r.e.s.c.u.e

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“An estimated 100 African elephants are killed each day by poachers seeking ivory, meat and body parts, leaving only 400,000 remaining. An insatiable lust for ivory products in the Asian market makes the illegal ivory trade extremely profitable, and has led to the slaughter of tens of thousands of African elephants.”~World Elephant Day | After considering the successes of the USFWS efforts in wildlife management, it’s amazing that the US government is comparing management of the likes of coyotes, white-tail deer and others to the African elephant! Huge difference in habitat & food needs, as well as man-made pressures like adapting to the rate of habit loss and poaching. An African elephant cannot successful adapt to urban encroachment like a coyote or deer can. This coupled with the unfortunate nature of corruption within some African governments hampering conservation and enforcement efforts. Cheers to those actually doing the good for conservation, but damned to those facilitating continued corruption and recreation for rich boys at the expense of the African elephant and other animal species in peril. | Cheers to the likes of you @pedromcbride|Repost @pedromcbride(@get_repost )・・・Upside down: Today was a sad day for African elephants as the U.S. lifted the ban on importing elephant “trophies” into the country. This image shows a tranquilized elephant getting moved by @africanparksnetworkto safer regions last summer in effort to protect them during a historic conservation effort. I fear today’s news will enable a flood of images of dead “trophy” elephants getting moved to people’s living rooms instead. While many argue hunting can help pay for conservation, corruption has paved the way for widespread declines in elephant populations.#elephants#africa#conservation#500elephants#malawi@savetheelephants@r.e.s.c.u.e

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#repost@pedromcbride(@get_repost )・・・Upside down: Today was a sad day for African elephants as the U.S. lifted the ban on importing elephant “trophies” into the country. This image shows a tranquilized elephant getting moved by @africanparksnetworkto safer regions last summer in effort to protect them during a historic conservation effort. I fear today’s news will enable a flood of images of dead “trophy” elephants getting moved to people’s living rooms instead. While many argue hunting can help pay for conservation, corruption has paved the way for widespread declines in elephant populations.#elephants#africa#conservation#500elephants#malawi@savetheelephants@r.e.s.c.u.e

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#repost@pedromcbridewith @repostapp・・・Upside down: Today was a sad day for African elephants as the U.S. lifted the ban on importing elephant “trophies” into the country. This image shows a tranquilized elephant getting moved by @africanparksnetworkto safer regions last summer in effort to protect them during a historic conservation effort. I fear today’s news will enable a flood of images of dead “trophy” elephants getting moved to people’s living rooms instead. While many argue hunting can help pay for conservation, corruption has paved the way for widespread declines in elephant populations.#elephants#africa#conservation#500elephants#malawi@savetheelephants@r.e.s.c.u.e

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Days like today reminds us how difficult it is to fight for the environment, when countries like the United States take decisions that are counter productive to the cause. Read more in the post on how today's decision will negatively impact our already endangered Elephant populations. #repostfrom @pedromcbride.Upside down: Today was a sad day for African elephants as the U.S. lifted the ban on importing elephant “trophies” into the country. This image shows a tranquilized elephant getting moved by @africanparksnetworkto safer regions last summer in effort to protect them during a historic conservation effort. I fear today’s news will enable a flood of images of dead “trophy” elephants getting moved to people’s living rooms instead. While many argue hunting can help pay for conservation, corruption has paved the way for widespread declines in elephant populations.#elephants#africa#conservation#500elephants#malawi@savetheelephants@r.e.s.c.u.e

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America (trump) with another gem.#repost@pedromcbride(@get_repost )・・・Upside down: Today was a sad day for African elephants as the U.S. lifted the ban on importing elephant “trophies” into the country. This image shows a tranquilized elephant getting moved by @africanparksnetworkto safer regions last summer in effort to protect them during a historic conservation effort. I fear today’s news will enable a flood of images of dead “trophy” elephants getting moved to people’s living rooms instead. While many argue hunting can help pay for conservation, corruption has paved the way for widespread declines in elephant populations.#elephants#africa#conservation#500elephants#malawi@savetheelephants@r.e.s.c.u.e

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#repost@pedromcbride(@get_repost )・・・Upside down: Today was a sad day for African elephants as the U.S. lifted the ban on importing elephant “trophies” into the country. This image shows a tranquilized elephant getting moved by @africanparksnetworkto safer regions last summer in effort to protect them during a historic conservation effort. I fear today’s news will enable a flood of images of dead “trophy” elephants getting moved to people’s living rooms instead. While many argue hunting can help pay for conservation, corruption has paved the way for widespread declines in elephant populations.#elephants#africa#conservation#500elephants#malawi@savetheelephants@r.e.s.c.u.e

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