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To stem poaching, some countries adopt shoot-to-kill policy


This piece on the website Fight for Rhinos looks at the shoot-to-kill policy toward poachers that some African countries have adopted in a desperate attempt to reduce rampant poaching of rhinos and elephants. While it is controversial, it has also proven highly effective. The poll at the bottom of the piece shows 91.74% of voters agree with it. What do you think?

2 Responses to "To stem poaching, some countries adopt shoot-to-kill policy"
  1. Absolutely the most effective policy is to show poachers no mercy. It worked in Tanzania before some corrupt officials banned it. It works beautifully in Botswana.

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