Kendall Jones Slams Critics: I’m Killing Rare Animals As ‘Conservation’

Thu, July 3, 2014 9:31am EDT by 71 Comments 24,291 Article Views
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Sgt Pilko

Posted at 10:13 AM on August 5, 2014  

I would cheerfully smash her face in with the butt of the rifle she has been shooting these endangered species with…

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Sherri Foster

Posted at 12:55 AM on July 7, 2014  

Kendall Jones posted on her Facebook page a poster of a large buck…the poster is captioned with OCHD (OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE HUNTING DISORDER) Kendall Jones Commented on the poster by posting –NOW I KNOW WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME….OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE HUNTING DISORDER. In most of the USA obsessive compulsive disorders are considered and treated as a type of psychological illness . With tighter gun control some states BAN GUN LICENSES To those with psychological/psychiatric problems,especially if their illness includes gun violence or unlawful behavior.WHAT DO YOU THINK SHE IS SAYING ???? This was found on her Facebook page 7-6-2014. Feel free to think about it and formulate your own opinion.

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Ynnej Oniuqa

Posted at 10:08 PM on July 6, 2014  

Conservation is now synonymous with killing? How about we “conserve” human beings instead since we can’t live without other species but they can very well do without humans on this earth. Ever heard of RELOCATING them instead of killing them? Sheesh. Its like saying “I’ll kill you because I want you to live.” great logic there indeed.

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Sherri Foster

Posted at 6:21 PM on July 6, 2014  

Lions and leopards are endangered species. True statement. Many of this animals are very difficult to catch on camera in their natural wild habitat (not a game reserve). It seems to me that a true conservationist would see that if a lion or leopard needed to be removed from an area ,for whatever the reason, that animal would be vet examined,tagged, and relocated to an appropriate area.Not killed, exploited, skinned, and used for personal profit.

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Posted at 10:56 AM on July 6, 2014  

Dwindling Population??

The overwhelming rhino conservation success story is that of the southern white rhino. With numbers as low as 50 left in the wild in the early 1900s, this subspecies of rhino has now increased to over 20,000 and has become the most populous of all the rhino species

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Mandi Smallhorne (@rainbowinsid)

Posted at 1:09 PM on July 6, 2014  

Shows what you know. I am a South African; the white rhino is currently under massive attack from criminal syndicates. By the end of June this year alone, almost 500 had been killed for their horns. More than a thousand were killed last year. There are about 20,000 white rhino in South Africa. Do the maths – how long is that kind of kill rate going to be sustainable?

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John Pellicciaro

Posted at 4:38 PM on July 5, 2014  

Where hunting is allowed in Africa, human overpopulation is a huge threat to the natural environment, and the closing of migratory avenues ( again, due to the spread of human communities ) has caused populations of large mammals to skyrocket in many isolated pockets . Those countries like Botswana and Zambia that have done a creditable job of maintaining wildlife populations promoted hunting by westerners, both to raise revenue and limit overpopulation of game species ( which then impacts on farmers, either through crop destruction, or by old carnivores taking easy prey….humans ! ) . As to abortion, I’m all for it, and for massive use of birth control . World population has increased by 90 % since the first Earth Day in 1970; Africa’s population has quadrupled. This is the real tragedy, the whole scale destruction of wildlife habitat and FARMLAND !

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Isabel Gibson Webber

Posted at 11:32 AM on July 5, 2014  

I am sure that I read somewhere that it was a pride male that she shot. If this is the case then she would also be responsible for the death of the cubs in the pride, as another male lion becoming the pride male would kill any cubs belonging to the male that was killed! This is to ensure the new pride male’s gene pool. Living in Africa myself I don’t believe for one minute that the community benefited financially from any leopard being shot! The powers that be are corrupt most of the time!

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Posted at 10:58 AM on July 5, 2014  

Doing something for wildlife conservation does not require a Sports Illustrated style photo shoot with Kendall Jones as the model. There is nothing noble about this poor little rich girl. She’s trying to be a cross between Kate Upton and Paris Hilton.

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