big game hunting

Tess Talley faced backlash in 2018 when a photo of her posing, smiling and with gun in hand, with a slain giraffe went viral.
Ricky Gervais and Debra Messing are among those condemning the big-game hunter.
Environmental groups say the new policy encourages big-game hunters to kill African elephants for "cheap thrills."
Remember when President Trump blocked a decision to allow hunters to bring back elephant trophies to the U.S.? The Fish and Wildlife Service has quietly announced hunters will be able to import them after all.
The U.S. government will allow hunters to import elephant trophies on a case-by-case basis, breaking the president’s pledge.
The boat was apparently outside Walter Palmer's vacation home when it was swiped.
"There is an untold story in this country," said Liberatore, "and that's why I think this is important."
Calling this a "sport" may sound like a fun game, but the animals never volunteer to play. I have a hunch the hunted animals would prefer to happily sit on the sidelines and not be tormented and killed.
Walter Palmer, DDS, awoke with a start. Where was he? The last thing he remembered, he was performing a root canal on Mrs. Epstein. Had he inhaled the nitrous oxide?
There is a moral issue that seems to elude those who get their satisfaction from killing animals at their whim. There are all kinds of atrocities that are legal in some parts of the world that most of us would find appalling.
I'm sure the Minnesota dentist has learned a valuable lesson. He has learned that he's a douche. And in turn, we've all learned a valuable lesson. We've learned that dentists make a shitload of money.
I may have misspelled a couple of words in that headline, but the pronunciation is correct.
Dentists everywhere ashamed by the killer of Cecil the Lion...
Delta is taking a stand against the slaughter of rare animals in Africa.
The airlines will stop transporting buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhino trophies.
There is certainly a lot of outrage over the killing of Cecil the Lion by an American dentist. Yet, as Americans have grieved and raged against the killing of Cecil, many have not put that same energy and empathy into grieving and raging against the slaughter of African Americans in the U.S., especially by police.