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Can we just have a worldwide ban on shooting Elephants?

Author : Mr. P

Submitted : 2018-01-10 21:42:42    Popularity:     

Tags: ban  worldwide  Elephants  shooting  

With Donald Trump's son Shooting an elephant, and Trump just lifting the ban on importing Elephant body parts - can we organise an international Ban on this to protect Elephants worldwide.

This is not just an African Problem if Elephants b

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yes just dont give visa to hunters

human activity is making 1 species a day go extinct forever . we are doomed .

I wish,

I was horrified to hear about the lifting of the US ban on Elephant killings.

If elephants were imperiled by hunting, there would be a complete ban. Check CITES.

It's a strong passion to have and a noble goal to achieve, but achieving a ban in one government is difficult enough as it is. At best you can propose the UN to have a ban but only UN countries will be affected by said ban, and not all of them will enforce said ban. Sadly, a completely worldwide ban is next to impossible. But it's worth a shot all the same.

Guys, I live in the uk and the same thing happens here too! I went to the wwf website (world wildlife foundation?) to see how I could help. I signed a petition to stop the ivory trade, and so did millions of others!

I got an email earlier, thanking me for signing it and asking me to write a message to send to Parliament (where all of the UK’s most important decisions are made)! It might happen! The UK might stop the ivory trade!

Please, go online and sign the petition too! Maybe even donate money or adopt an animal to help. The petition ends on the 29th of December.

HELP US SAVE THESE BEAUTIFUL BEASTS!!!


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