A large bull elephant was shot and killed in Zambia by a trophy hunter.

The term ‘iconic Tusker’ was used to describe the elephant and celebrate the hunt, but it is not clear if this was indeed a true ‘Tusker’ (with tusks weighing 100 pounds on each side). It is estimated that there are fewer than 50 true Tuskers left in Africa, and probably only 25-30.

The hunt was reportedly legally organised through Stone Hunting Safaris, where hunting in Zambia takes place in “the Luangwa Valley, Kafue Flats, and Bangweulu Swamps in governmental conservation areas or large privately owned ranches, depending on the required species”.

Credit: Africlandpost

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  1. That’s no hunting. That is killing for the pleasure of killing. Those hunters do not need any respect because they are low-intelligence morons.

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