Simba….a king no more
But I want to ask you mr.brave, if you are a predator and like to hunt prey like wild predators then why do you use guns. Because I don’t remember any lion using 12 gauge rifles for hunting its prey. These people are so full of shit that they arogantly compare themselves to ultimate predators of the wild. But they forget they are nothing without their big guns, without it they are just puny little stinking modern apes nothing more.
Here(below) is a video in which a mighty macho hunter is reduced to a screaming little girl by a Leopard whome he was hunting. Just listen to this motherfucker’s screaming like a girl. All that manliness and masculinity totally disappeared when gun he was holding became useless. Like loader said we can all see who the real pussy is
And I feel really uncomfortable saying this but whenever any of these trophy hunters get killed or gored by their trophies, I truly feel justice is being done. Wish i had an address book of all these fucks and a 50 caliber Barret rifle. Now that would be an entertainment worth experiencing.
In early twentieth century there were about million tigers in the world, but then came the white man from Britain and they decimated the tiger populations of India and South East Asia. Riding on elephants backs through the jungles of India, they killed thousands of tigers. They were even responsible for causing local extinctions of tigers in some areas of India. And not just tigers, they were single handedly responsible for wiping out many species from Asian jungles. There were thousands of lions in North Western regions of India, but by the time British left India in 1947, there were less than 20 left in the wild. Since then intensive conservation efforts have helped revive dwindling lion population to nearly 400 in year 2010.
Similarly in Africa where once lions numbered in millions, were hunted to such an extent that roughly twenty thousand exist today. No surprises about who is responsible, yes once again it was British colonisers who hunted thousands of lions, leopards, cheetahs, rhinoceros, cape buffalo and elephants Wherever the plague of British empire touched, it resulted a storm of death and brutality. And this plague was indiscriminate about choosing its victim, man and animals both suffered enormous loss of life. And quite shockingly there are still some countries in Africa where you can get license for hunting a lion or leopard, even today. By paying a fee to the authorities, hunters can legally go and shoot their trophy animals. Countries like South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Kenya and Swaziland are still actively selling their wild animals for monetary gains. Millions of tourists visit these countries every year to witness the wild treasures of Africa. Wildlife tourism is biggest source of income for many of these African countries. Even then instead of preserving and securing their natural treasures, these countries are still selling licenses for hunting lions, leopards, Cape buffalo, elephants and many other animals.
Just like India and Africa similar thing happened in Americas where wildlife was desimated by European explorers and later by European migrants. It is said that whole North America was much like Yellowstone Park is today. Animals like Bison, Elk, Moose, Wolf, Mountain lion or Cougar, Water buffalo, Grizzly and Black bear romed freely throughout the North American plains. Southern areas were covered in black swamplands where American alligators ruled the day. Different species of turtles, raptors, snakes and amphibians were found throughout the south. But all this changed the day Europeans stepped foot on this continent. Wolves, Bison and Water Buffalo were hunted nearly to extinction throughout the Northern States. It’s only because of the recent conservation efforts that wolves have again started to flourish in nature reserves of America. Cougar numbers were also seriously reduced because of Hunting. Thanks to conservation efforts and ban on hunting of these species, some of these endangered species are regaining their hold in this beautiful land.
Corporate fishing is the biggest threat to our oceans today. These corporations kill millions of dolphins, sharks, whales and other fish species merely in the process of capturing their intended catch. Hard line fishing is the one of the largest reason of why so many of these beautiful creatures are needlessly killed every year. And not just fishes, some of the most endangered and rarest species of turtles and marine mammals are killed by over harvesting of our oceans. These issues have to be seriously addressed as soon as possible before we lose several of these majestic species forever.
In some cultures, specific body parts of some animals are considered to possess supernatural powers. So if anyone ingests these parts of that animal, that animals qualities will be transferred to that person. Chinese culture is filled with such moronic myths. Ancient Chinese remedies, which are popular even to this very day have been a major cause behind continuation of illegal poachings of several endangered animals. Several ingredients of these ancient remedies are sourced from tiger bones, lion bones, shark fins, rhino horn, elephant tusks and turtle shells. This industry has been a single biggest buyer of poached animal parts since ancient times and still provides serious monetary incentives for the supply of these rarebody parts of endangered species. This industry of Chinese ancient medicine is cited as the one of the biggest contributor in current near extinction status of Tigers in South East Asia and Siberia.