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Veterans Non-profit Wilderness Organization In Africa

Veterans Non-profit Wilderness Organization In Africa

Major Lazer is totally in love with Africa; the trio finds limitless inspiration from its people and its land. Now, the group wants to give back to the continent and help conserve its endangered species, and you can help.
VETPAW – Africa Wildlife Preservers

VETPAW – Africa Wildlife Preservers

Major Lazer is totally in love with Africa; the trio finds limitless inspiration from its people and its land. Now, the group wants to give back to the continent and help conserve its endangered species, and you can help.
VETPAW’S Zoltan Bathory – Interviewed by Loudwire

VETPAW’S Zoltan Bathory – Interviewed by Loudwire

Original story appears here: http://loudwire.com/five-finger-death-punch-zoltan-bathory-u-s-veterans-fight-elephant-rhino-poachers-africa-exclusive-interview-photos/#photogallery-1=7 Within our lifetime, we may witness the complete extinction of the elephant species....

VETPAW in Tampa Bay Times

VETPAW in Tampa Bay Times

For Ryan Tate, a former Marine and a Plant High School graduate, a 2012 documentary on rhino poaching in Africa turned his life in a new direction. Now, he has dedicated himself to ending the deadly trade in ivory — a pursuit often found at the nexus between organized crime groups and violent extremists. "The documentary showed a rhino being tranquilized and they put the animal down and sawed its face off and when the animal woke up, it had no face and died a miserable death," said Tate, 32, who graduated from Plant High School in 2003. "That for me was a turning point."