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Western Australia's Controversial Shark Murdering Program Has Begun! UGH!!!

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Western Australia has started a controversial mass killing of sharks to keep swimmers safe!

Since seven people have been killed in shark attacks off the coast of Western Australia the government has implemented a controversial culling program.

The government program uses hooked lines attached to floating drums to capture sharks so they can later be killed.

Australia's federal environment minister granted Western Australia an exemption under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act which has allowed them to hunt sharks like the normally protected Great White.

Conservationists are obviously upset, with a Sea Shepherd (the famous anti-whaling vessel) spokesperson saying:

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Hunter Becomes The Hunted! Black Rhino Hunting Permit Auction Winner's Family Threatened!!

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Hunter who won endangered black rhino hunting permit auction is having his and his family's lives threatened!

Would you pay $350,000 to put your family's life in danger AND murder an endangered species??

Sounds kinda way ridiculous but that's pretty much what's going on for Corey Knowlton.

Knowlton paid $350,000 to the Dallas Safari Club Auction for a super rare permit to hunt an endangered black rhino.

Animal conservationists everywhere are freaking out that this hunting permit even exists.

Knowlton has tried to explain to his critics how letting him buy the permit has sent hundreds of thousands of dollars to a cause that will actually SAVE more black rhinos, but also how it's okay to kill one… as long as it's specific.

The Namibian government has apparently picked out specific rhinos that can and SHOULD be killed because they're not only too old to breed but they're also grumpy old men who pose an actual threat to healthy, young rhinos.

Knowlton said:

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Safari Club Auctions Permit To Kill Critically Endangered Black Rhino!!

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Safari Club auctions off permit to kill endangered rhino!

This is so ridiculous we don't even know where to start!

The Dallas Safari Club has got their hands on a very rare item:

A permit to hunt and kill an endangered black rhino!!

Why anyone ever is allowed to kill any endangered species is beyond our comprehension.

Here comes the weird part…

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Hunters Kill Rare 'Spirit Animal' Albino Moose! Ugh!

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Hunters killed a spirit animal albino moose!!

Horrible!

Three hunters in Nova Scotia sadly murdered a rare albino moose, which is considered to be a spirit animal by the indigenous Mi'kmaq community.

The white moose has been living in the Belle Cote forest for many years and even though killing the spirit animal isn't illegal, it's still sad, and is considered blasphemous to the indigenous people.

…Especially considering the fact that the hunters posed pics gleefully with the dead animal and posted them on Facebook.

A Mi'kmaq hunter explained why their community would never harm the albino moose and it's importance, saying:

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Neiman Marcus Offers $150,000 Ultimate Falconry Kit!!

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Neiman Marcus offers $150,000 ultimate falconry kit!!

Are you a big fan of Neiman Marcus and their wonderful, fancy, high-end goods?

Are you also a big fan of birds, specifically falcons, even more specifically the art of falconry??

Yes, falconry, as in the sport of hunting prey with falcons.

If you answered yes to all of the above, as we assume most of you did (JK), then boy have we got a deal for you!!

Neiman Marcus is now selling a Bespoke Global ultimate falconry kit for the low, low (read: high, high) price of $150,000!!

They posted a pic (above) to their instagram and wrote:

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