Walter Palmer is back again, this time killing an endanger ram in Mongolia, compensating to ₤ 80,000 for the kill.
The picture uploaded on social networks reveals Walter Palmer and his friend posing with their kill throughout a trip to Asia, although their faces are chopped from sight. According to WWF, the argali is legitimately protected by Mongolian regulation, and as such, hunting it is prohibited.
The dentist took a trip to Mongolia last August from his Minnesota house, determining both males as Mr. Palmer and also his good friend Brent Sinclair. It said they tracked their target in the hills of Mongolia with the help of local guides.
Palmer apparently paid ₤ 32,000 5 years ago to Zimbabwean where kill Cecil.
Teresa Telecky, wildlife vice-president at Humane Culture International, said: “For trophy seekers to take a trip to Mongolia to kill an endangered ram is an outright outrage.
Many people around the globe view this as ” White Privilege” Westerners going around killing endangered species for the fun of it and for the sake of hanging heads of wonderful animals on their walls.
Source: Afro World News