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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


Aug 20, 2017 judy hayne
Aug 20, 2017 Padraic Boocock
Aug 20, 2017 Jessica Jimenez
Aug 18, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Aug 18, 2017 Paul Zink These splendid animals will soon be on the path to extinction if humanity does not stop hunting them (and encroaching on their habitat) but instead, works to sustain their population.
Aug 18, 2017 Jeanette Rea
Aug 18, 2017 Anna Mai Van
Aug 17, 2017 Estara Gold
Aug 16, 2017 Mary Ellen Nesham
Aug 15, 2017 Penny Fleischman
Aug 15, 2017 Tracy Anger
Aug 15, 2017 Karen Vosburg
Aug 15, 2017 Lori Cheezem
Aug 12, 2017 Catherine Kokkinakis
Aug 12, 2017 Mario Rocha
Aug 11, 2017 Debbie Foster
Aug 11, 2017 robin matere
Aug 11, 2017 Ann Achuff
Aug 11, 2017 Carmela Mazzariello
Aug 10, 2017 Ashley Wang
Aug 10, 2017 graciela kries
Aug 10, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Aug 10, 2017 Shona Steere
Aug 10, 2017 jennifer pies
Aug 9, 2017 Gil Hackel
Aug 8, 2017 Haylee Hepner
Aug 8, 2017 Lee Pohl
Aug 7, 2017 Donna Gilbert
Aug 7, 2017 Justine Boneberg
Aug 7, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Aug 7, 2017 Jeannine de Baenst
Aug 6, 2017 Patrick Paine
Aug 6, 2017 Sabrina Renault
Aug 5, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Aug 2, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Aug 2, 2017 Diana Moore
Aug 2, 2017 Ornella Micone
Jul 31, 2017 KAREN WASSING
Jul 31, 2017 Anuj Sen
Jul 31, 2017 Teresa Simek
Jul 31, 2017 Roswita Ritjens
Jul 30, 2017 Céline Lambert
Jul 30, 2017 Antoinette Gonzales
Jul 29, 2017 Curtis Tomlin
Jul 29, 2017 teresa lauster
Jul 29, 2017 Alta Toler That anyone could take pleasure in killing these animals is unfathomable. It is sadism and should not be allowed.
Jul 29, 2017 Jason Borda
Jul 29, 2017 Vicki Turner
Jul 28, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Jul 28, 2017 Choky Alvarez

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