Elephant Poaching

Discussion in 'Hunting Africa' started by PeteG, Aug 20, 2014.

  1. PeteG

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    Sad that the Chinese government can't bring about change in this area. Seems like it would be easy given that you can't take a picture of something in that country if they don't want you to.
     

  3. bellero

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    Well said,

    Between rhino horns, ivory and shark fins, it's about time the Chinese govt step up and start doing their part in preserving species.

    If only the anti crowd would fight to implement this rather than demonizing us legit hunters!
     

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    Yep! Bellero you got it right.
     

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    From what I saw and heard from Zimbabwe, most rhino horn, ivory and pangolins leave the country in diplomatic bags. What makes you think the government has any motivation to change? Dont forget the economic clout china has now in african countries.
     

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