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Trophy hunting: why a UK import ban threatens wildlife conservation

By Amy Dickman, Professor of Wildlife Conservation, University of Oxford
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Trophy hunting, where animals with characteristics such as large antlers are legally hunted, and their meat usually eaten - is highly contested. While some argue it is unethical and delivers few benefits, others say it provides an important incentive for conserving threatened species and habitats by helping generate revenue for governments and local communities.

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