Mother and daughter together forever.
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We now understand the question mark in the title…
Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell have only been publicly engaged for less than a year, and yet they're already having some serious marital issues.
The Bachelor couple is currently documenting their love life on Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After?, but during Tuesday's all-new episode, neither one of them seemed all that committed!
As you may recall, last week's installment of the Freeform reality TV show not only featured cameos from ghosts of Bachelor Nation past… but it also introduced us to Ben's cold feet.
Unfortunately, those hesitations were felt even more strongly as Ben and Lauren tried out new careers in an attempt to avoid wedding planning last night.
Apparently, the former flight attendant can no longer do her job thanks to her overnight celebrity status — so Lauren B. had no choice but to try something new — being a zookeeper! Despite her apprehension, Lo was surprisingly adept with the animals… that is, until she
Tragically, over 30,000 elephants were killed last year for their tusks.
On Wednesday, the 31-year-old royal shared stunning moments from his trip on the Kensington Palace Instagram account.
Is there anything Harry doesn't do?!
In one photo of him laying on a sedated rhino (above), he remembered:
"After a very long day in Kruger National Park, with five rhinos sent to new homes and three elephants freed from their collars - like this sedated female - I decided to take a moment. I know how lucky I am to have these experiences, but hearing stories from people on the ground about how bad the situation really is, upset and frustrated me. How can it be that 30,000 elephants were slaughtered last year alone? None of them had names, so do we not care? And for what? Their tusks? Seeing huge carcasses of rhinos and elephants scattered across Africa, with their horns and tusks missing is a pointless waste of beauty."
Take a look inside the rest of Harry's journey (below)!
Everyone knows rhinoceros, or "nature's unicorns," are beautiful, majestic creatures worthy of life on this planet.
Everyone except poachers, at least.
Because of poaching, it's predicted that rhinos will be extinct by 2020. That's only 6 years away.
White and black rhinos are being slaughtered at an alarming rate, with only
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.
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…