PLEASE HELP SAVE ENDANGERED WILDLIFE FROM THE TROPHY HUNTERS!

 

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NEWS: Celebrities & MPs back Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting’s call for a BAN

Over 50 leading public figures have called on the government to stop hunters being allowed to bring their trophies of endangered wildlife into Britain.

It follows investigations by the Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting which revealed that 2 tonnes of elephant ivory have been allowed into the UK by the government, and that the number of lion trophies has DOUBLED since the killing of Cecil in 2015.

 

WATCH: Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting on ‘Good Morning Britain’

BREAKING: SURGE in UK Lion Trophy Imports EXPOSED

A Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting investigation reveals a SURGE in LION body parts – including heads, skulls, skins and feet – shipped to UK by trophy hunters … despite government pledge to BAN the controversial imports. Click HERE for more.

REVEALED: 2 TONNES OF TUSKS BROUGHT INTO UK

The Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting exposes how UK Trophy Hunters are quietly bringing back HUNDREDS of trophies from the world’s most ENDANGERED animals – including 2 TONNES of Elephant TUSKS. See here for more.

TAKE ACTION TODAY!

British hunters have brought back HUNDREDS of trophies from animals they’ve killed, many of which face extinction.

They include lions, elephants, hippos, bears, baboons, leopards, & zebras.

The government promised to BAN lion trophy imports after the Cecil scandal unless things changed – but then did nothing.

SIGN THE PETITION!

Please urge your MP to sign EDM 1829 which calls for a BAN on UK trophy hunting imports.

Sign the petition and send a message to your local Member of Parliament by clicking on this link.

 

HELP STOP ELEPHANTS BEING KILLED FOR FUN!

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There are plans to allow hunting of the WORLD’S MOST IMPORTANT population of African Elephants!

One-third of all remaining African elephants now live in Botswana, which banned trophy hunting 2014.

However the government wants to ALLOW hunting to resume, and is currently conducting a ‘public consultation exercise’.

Tell Botswana’s President you want elephants to be PROTECTED!

CLICK HERE TO HELP SAVE ELEPHANTS!