Trophy hunting threatens to silence the prides of Africa.

The Hill By Cyril Christo “The so-called civilized people? They had no excuse. They hunted for what they called ‘trophies,’ for the excitement of it, for pleasure, in fact.” —Romain Gary, “The Roots of Heaven,” 1956. Ever since I heard my first lion roar in the outback of the Chyulu Hills in Kenya in 1975, I […]

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