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1426 5 months ago
This long-overdue debate took place on Feb 26th, 2022, between Dr. Dilys Roe,
Chairperson of the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s
Sustainable Use and Livelihoods Specialist Group (SULi), (For Trophy Hunting) and
Will Travers, Executive President of “Born Free” (Against Trophy Hunting).
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