Trophy hunting is defined as “a specific and selective legal form of wildlife use that involves payment for a hunting experience and the acquisition of a trophy by the hunter” (Save the Rhino). It is an act, mainly done by wealthy individuals, that is surrounded by very negative imagery. We often hear about it in newspapers or on social media, with hunters posing victoriously next to their kills, which paints a very one-sided view of the sport. In this article I aim to evaluate the benefits and the negatives of trophy hunting, although personally I do not agree with trophy hunting and would never participate in such an activity. By attempting to remain fair and unbiased, I have spoken positively of the benefits just as much as I have the negatives of trophy hunting. If you have strong opinions on the matter I encourage you to keep an open…
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