HomeWild Cat SpeciesLionIf trophy hunters contribute to lion conservation then the world is messed up

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If trophy hunters contribute to lion conservation then the world is messed up — 7 Comments

  1. Whether one believes in God’s creation or the big bang, it has taken millions of years to get to this point. And the human species is the one species that will destroy the earth in a few hundred years, if that. There are too many greedy, arrogant, bullies in this world. We really need to gather those in this world who love this home we have, and fight for what we love. God have mercy on our land.

    • There are simply too many humans on the planet. Modern science has reduced infant mortality, boosted fertility and expanded lifespans. Animal life not seen specifically necessary for human use or consumption quickly fall to the bottom of needed species. It’s not spoken that way but habitat is continually reduced and crossed though.

  2. No species was ever saved unless there was a monetary value placed on that species.

    So if you want to save just one lion today you’d better pony-up your personal check for $50,000 to do so. If not, some hunter will gladly do just that to ensure there’s an unending supply of lions to hunt. Whereas you offer NOTHING just so you can want to look at them and whine about others who are actually saving them.

    Put-up or shut-up! It’s that simple. How many lions are you going to actually save this year? At the personal cost to you of $50,000 per lion. 1? 2? A dozen? How many should we put you down for at $50,000 apiece, just say the word.

    • “No species was ever saved unless there was a monetary value placed on that species”

      Why is why the world is a mess. Humans currently need 1.6 earths to live on in terms of resources. Do humans have to reduce everything to $.

      Really Woody you write absolute crap most of the time. Is there any reason why humans can’t live and let live? Why can’t we leave some space for lions and all wildlife. Have we to take all their land from them?

    • Thank you for dribbling again, Jim.
      Please tell how many birdies you have saved from your sling-shot and BB gun neighborhood boys, and at what cost. Furthermore, what do you do to these boys? Kill them, like you do cats?

  3. The kink in this is once you protect a species in what are now pockets of protection they lose the ability to spread out and form new territory so you end up with overpopulation in areas where there is no longer anywhere to relocate. To some extent there are very few places where animals are truly living in the wild and not managed conservation areas.

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