The paradox of the hunting ban

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One professional hunter asks: “Everyday millions of chickens are slaughtered, around 28,675,000 broilers in 2005 alone. Have you ever heard of chickens being listed as vulnerable or endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)?”

Hunting is such a strange issue that it can turn even the most logical people into purveyors of irrationality and make the most liberal intolerant.

A study titled ‘An Interdisciplinary Approach to Inform Conservation Strategies for Threatened Species in the Australian Western Desert’ by scientists Rebecca and Doug Bird offers insights into maintaining animal communities through ecosystem engineering and co-evolution of animals and humans.

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Our queen: Bring home the crown

Well-wishers gathered at the Sir Seretse Khama International Airport to bid our queen farewell and wish her success as she joins other beauties from around the globe for the coveted crown. Competing in such events is nerve-wracking, and one needs to be fully prepared to stand a chance of making it as a finalist.It is not just about physical fitness; mental state matters too. Unfortunately, sometimes our queens end up facing such fierce...

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