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It is baffling why the FWS would determine that Tanzania – a country that has long catered to the corrupt trophy hunting industry and forced out competent wildlife biologists – is sustainably managing its lion population. Photo by Olyjo Olyjo/Alamy Stock Photo
For the first time since 2016, when the United States protected lions under the Endangered Species Act, the Trump administration will allow an American trophy hunter to bring home the body parts of a lion he killed in Tanzania. This is the second such instance . . .
- Lions are in danger of extinction, but the U.S. will reward a trophy hunter who killed one with an import permit for the animal’s body parts
- Lions are in danger of extinction, but the U.S. will reward a trophy hunter who killed one with an import permit for the animal’s body parts – Enclosure
- Breaking news: California lawmakers ban fur sales, bobcat trophy hunting – Enclosure
The United Nations plans to tame lethal sand and dust storms with a mixture of modern technology and traditional knowledge.
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Trees cool the world. They also cool themselves. Even moderate forest damage makes local temperatures soar.
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