The Economic Case Against Trophy Hunting

Outrage over the killing of Cecil, beloved lion by an American dentist multiplied after news that another lion, Jericho, had been killed by an American doctor. Reports of the death have since been refuted by researchers tracking that lion’s movements through its tracking collar. Still, the ongoing outcry over the death of Cecil have led to questions about the economic and environmental merits of trophy hunting.

Walter Palmer, the man who paid $55,000 for a big game permit to shoot a...

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