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A simple social media search puts on display this reality: trophy hunting is posing massive threats to animal populations.

After losing close to 40% of their population in just decades, giraffes are now in danger of becoming extinct because of hunters and climate change.

Institutions like the Africa Hunt Lodge are allowing tourists to both hunt and harvest wild animals like the Monster South African Giraffe. On their own website, they boast about how anyone can come and kill these precious animals saying, "Year round we offer hunts for awesome trophy giraffe."

With such casual attitudes towards killing wild animals, it is no surprise that giraffes have now been categorized under the "vulnerable" status. If trophy hunting like this continues to be a business model and a popular attraction, more animals than just the giraffe are going to inch closer and closer to extinction.

If we want this heinous act to be stopped, we must call upon the International Union for Conservation to ensure complete protection of vulnerable animals. Sign below to help end trophy hunting of giraffes!

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Dear Director General Inger Anderson,

As the Director General of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, it is your responsibility to protect the animals of our planet from extinction. With the power you have available at your position, preservation of vulnerable species should be paramount to the IUCN.

People are journeying to Africa for the sole purpose of hunting animals, especially ones that are particularly rare, for their own gratification and glorification. Hunting giraffes purely for sport and/or trophies is simply unacceptable. Many will argue that the cost of licensures for this particular "sport" help keep hunters to a minimum, but in reality any vulnerable animal that is killed for a trophy is putting the population in danger.

Unless more efforts are made to protect vulnerable and endangered species from being hunted altogether, the giraffe populations will continue to decline even further towards extinction.

Director, I'm begging you to please ensure that there is complete protection for threatened animals from trophy hunting.

Sincerely,

Petition Signatures


Jan 21, 2018 Susan Briggs
Jan 20, 2018 Kevin Dahl
Jan 18, 2018 Christina Konle
Jan 16, 2018 Katherine Mouzourakis
Jan 8, 2018 H. M. Sustaita
Jan 7, 2018 eric archambault
Jan 5, 2018 Deborah Bell
Jan 4, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 4, 2018 katarina gert
Jan 2, 2018 Jo Ardell
Jan 2, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Dec 31, 2017 Lisa Scharin There is NO place for this sadistic, senseless blood shed! Millions of people want African wildlife protected, respected and allowed to LIVE!!! NO trophy hunting! Sick, demented act of violence by psychos that need HELP!
Dec 30, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Dec 29, 2017 Victoria Edwards
Dec 21, 2017 Amy Heicher
Dec 21, 2017 Adam El-Yousseph Trophy hunting is torture for helpless giraffes. People should not hunt them to use their tails as fly swatters.
Dec 19, 2017 T.J. Pitts
Dec 16, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Dec 15, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Dec 13, 2017 Mr and Mrs Richard N. Huff
Dec 13, 2017 Marie Gerbaud
Dec 13, 2017 Meher Behrana
Dec 10, 2017 cathy bowman
Dec 10, 2017 Cynthia Rutledge
Dec 3, 2017 Brenda Choi
Dec 1, 2017 katherine burt
Nov 29, 2017 Robert Furem
Nov 27, 2017 keely gililland Trophy hunting is wrong!
Nov 26, 2017 (Name not displayed) They are killed as a trophy, for just their tails, and for their hide. Rarely for their meat. As a hunter I believe not every animal should be killed.
Nov 26, 2017 Joyce Creswell
Nov 20, 2017 patricia remollino
Nov 20, 2017 (Name not displayed) Giraffes and all wild animals are meant to live in their natural habitats and keep the area in balance. Not be prizes in someone’s office or home! How DISGUSTING!
Nov 20, 2017 Christian Grabandt
Nov 20, 2017 MaryAnn Bomarito
Nov 20, 2017 Majken Eliasen
Nov 20, 2017 R Huber Giraffes don’t have as many advocates as Ellie’s, Rhinos, big cats etc. However there are actually 9 species of giraffes & each lives in a specific African country. One can tell by the type of markings they have. Trophy hunters are such cowardly hunters!
Nov 19, 2017 Kristin Womack
Nov 19, 2017 Lois Freeman
Nov 19, 2017 Elise McCoubrie
Nov 19, 2017 Toni Degirolamo
Nov 19, 2017 Cara Blazucki
Nov 19, 2017 kevin Juniper
Nov 19, 2017 Dean Bateman
Nov 19, 2017 Debbie James
Nov 19, 2017 Stacey Govito
Nov 19, 2017 Tiemi Saito
Nov 19, 2017 clive grylls
Nov 19, 2017 Brian Paulus
Nov 19, 2017 Candice Paulus
Nov 19, 2017 Christine Cerqueda

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