A Zimbabwean conservation group has pledged to put investigators into finding the hunter’s identity and revealing it to the world to ensure the hunter receives the same justice Walter Palmer has received from the world.
Earlier this week a German national shot and killed what may be the world’s largest elephant ever seen in Africa in Zimbabwe. At 40 years old, this elephant was described as a majestic animal by many locals and rangers. While the elephant was uncollared, many environmentalists said that the German national should have done the right thing and have alerted the authorities to put a collar on this rare elephant.
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The chairman of the Zimbabwe Conservation Tastforce, Johnny Rodrigues said: “We don’t know who this hunter is but we will find out. The authorities and the hunters’ association are trying to protect him, but … we’ve got his photograph. We will identify him and when we do we’ll leave the public to do what they did to Walter Palmer. People like that deserve it.”
While the hunter may have not broken any human laws, he has little knowing that he is being tailed and may receive the due justie for his actions of killing the lion. has committed.
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