Duh, really? Could it be especially when a minority asserts their rights?
Supposedly intelligent people were saying it would be worth thousands of dollars.
It's about $240.00 today.
Said nobody with a brain, ever.
A real conservationist would have paid $55,000 for the license to kill and used it to take a picture instead.
Zimbabwe could sell "photo licenses" if such real conservationists existed.
But I guess they do not. So, without absolving Palmer in any way, I have to ask this: when Zimbabwe wants to cull the herd for whatever reason - whether it's an old, sterile animal that needs to be killed for the good of the pride or even if they just need operating expenses, why can't they charge an extra few thousand dollars, pick a specific animal and outfit them with a Bluetooth beacon that identifies the animal as one who may be killed by the person holding the license to kill that specific animal? The oh so mighty hunter would have a device that would validate the identification before the great warrior would bravely dispatch death to the chosen victim.
Or (and I like this better) sell ten $55,000 licenses to kill and let the nimrods compete with each other to see who can dispatch the tagged animal first. Accidental killings of each other during the pursuit would be a bonus , I think.
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