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Why Being Hunted Is Good for Africa's Lions

Written By: Larry Rudolph and Joe Hosmer  |  Posted: Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

           This week, a coalition of animal rights activists filed a petition with the Department of Interior to list African lions as endangered under the U.S. Endangered Species Act - their latest attempt to impose restrictions on hunters. As usual, the activists use sensationalized, emotional messaging that has nothing to do with the science of wildlife conservation.

            Hunters and hunting actually benefit Africa's lions - as well as its humans. Revenues from hunting generate $200 million annually in remote rural areas of Africa. This revenue gives wildlife value and humans protect the revenue by protecting the wildlife.

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