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The Afghanistan veteran who is catching poachers in Africa: Female soldier working alongside park rangers searching for and detaining wildlife slayers | Daily Mail Online

The Afghanistan veteran who is catching poachers in Africa

The Afghanistan veteran who is catching poachers in Africa: Female soldier working alongside park rangers searching for and detaining wildlife slayers

A Poacher Hunter - Some people may feel it is cruel of me, but I support taking out poachers.  Human predation on biodiversity will kill us at the rate it's going, and nothing short of draconian methods will convince people to cut it out.  If they need help to feed families, then the global community needs to step up and take care of them, but we as a species (not merely as humans) must rein in the slaughter of formerly abundant species for an ineffectual "medicine" or an ornamental trinket…

A Poacher Hunter

There are poachers in Africa currently hunting Rhino. This woman hunts the poachers. Her name is Kinessa Johnson

When rhinos rebounded from near-extinction last century, it was a historic victory for conservationists. But now the rhino wars have suddenly returned -- along with a few 21st-century twists.

Infographic: Understanding the rhino wars

When rhinos rebounded from the brink of extinction last century, it was a historic, hard-fought victory for conservationists around the world. But now, within just five years, the global rhino wars have suddenly returned.

Hunting a lion isn't very hard. To kill a lion you have to be a coward.

There’s no sport in killing a lion like this…

cool-lion-sleeping-Africa Thank u for posting this. People who hunt animals for sport are cowards & suck! This is a majestic living being who deserves to be respected.

Kinessa Johnson, a BAD ASS veteran, now protecting animals from poaching in Africa.

People Hunt Endangered Animals, So This Woman Hunts Poachers: A group of retired US vets have just landed in Africa, and their mission is to deter poaching before it contributes to the elimination of endangered species.

The Afghanistan veteran who is catching poachers in Africa: Former soldier, Kinessa Johnson, is working alongside park rangers searching for and detaining wildlife slayers | Daily Mail Online

The Afghanistan veteran who is catching poachers in Africa

The Afghanistan veteran who is catching poachers in Africa: Female soldier working alongside park rangers searching for and detaining wildlife slayers

1870 — Bison skulls used as fertilizer | The 50 Most Powerful Pictures In American History

1870 — Bison skulls used as fertilizer

This photo from the shows a man proudly standing in front of a mountain of tens of thousands of bison skulls - an iconic American species that was systematically slaughtered by the millions as European Americans settled the west.

Zimbabwe’s Most Famous Lion Is Now a Hunting Trophy. An American hunter killed Cecil the lion when he was enticed to leave the Hwange National Park border. | TakePart

Thousands of people have signed a petition demanding justice for Cecil the lion, who was slain by an American dentist in Zimbabwe earlier this month.

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Animals that don’t suck (31 Photos)

"So I set my deer feeder high off the ground so the raccoons couldn't reach it." People don't realize how smart raccoons are and, plus, they can open beer can. Thumbs and smart. That's raccoons.

It always comes back around to money. The islanders kill the dolphins in order to survive since the dolphins form such a large part of their income and diets - but when offered compensation, they killed no more dolphins. The same would be applicable to any trader of animals - elephant and rhino poachers, puppy mill operators, factory farmers, slaughter house workers, whale hunters... Offer them money to be able to live comfortably without having to do the things they do and they will…

Activists Journey To Life: Day Bays of Shame - Dolphins Murdered in the Name of Money

In the 19th century, American bison were hunted to near extinction. Entrepreneurs and hunters killed the animals for their prized skins and left their bodies behind to decay. In this picture, a poacher is seen standing on a pile of around 100,000 bison skulls.

In the century, American bison were hunted to near extinction. Entrepreneurs and hunters killed the animals for their prized skins and left their bodies behind to decay. In this picture, a poacher is seen standing on a pile of around bison skulls.

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