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A Coming Storm in South Africa by Steve Scott, Esq.

In our 7 billion-person world, the preservation of wildlife is inexorably linked to the economic conditions on the ground.  Today in Africa, a growing political crisis and resulting economic crash will lead to the tragic and unnecessary destruction of wildlife in one of the world’s great hunting countries.   We have seen it before.  An […] The post A Coming Storm in South Africa by Steve Scott, Esq.
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