By: Chris Mercer and Beverley Pervan
68 pages, 21 colour & b/w photos
Canned predator hunting, which can be defined as the captive breeding of predators for hunting purposes and the killing of such captive-bred animals in fenced camps from which there is no escape, is a major problem in South Africa and elsewhere.
This short book sets out to present the arguments against trophy hunting and is the result of five years campaigning by the authors.
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