Hunters, however, strive to kill the animals they would like to hang over the fireplace—usually the largest, most robust animals, who are needed to keep the gene pool strong. This “trophy hunting” often weakens the rest of the species’ population: Elephant poaching is believed to have increased the number of tuskless animals in Africa, and in Canada, hunting has caused the bighorn sheep’s horn size to fall by 25 percent in the last 40 years. Nature magazine reports that “the effect on the populations’ genetics is probably deeper.”
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13” W 10” H, and 4” Deep. 1 zippered pocket & 3 open pockets inside, zip top enclosure, constructed of cotton canvas and other man-made materials.
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FRONT: Your Trophy had a Family
BACK: Hunting isn’t Cheap, the Victims Pay with their Lives