Local Perceptions Of Safari Hunting In Namibia

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  1. NamStay

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    Thanks for the article........................I think that the phrase "trophy hunting" has a bad connotation.....a bad rap.......it sounds as if we are going to saw off the horns and to Hell with rest. Of course, that is not the case. I think I am a meat hunter........just want the meat to be attached to some huge antlers or horns. I wish there were a better term than trophy hunting......................it gives the snowflakes the wrong impression..........fortunately, a lot of Namibians recognize the value and are supportive...but here in the US of A, where meat is synthesized in a laboratory and offered under plastic wrap in a supermarket, there is no need to kill or grow food..........FWB
     

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