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Namibia / Rhino Hunt #1088088

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jan 11, 2014
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(Studio: Kyra Phillips) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Ed Lavandera) The controversy over the Dallas Safari Club’s auction for a permit from the Namibian government to hunt and kill a rare black rhino reviewed. [Dallas Safari Club Ben CARTER†- says it will raise more money for the conservation of the black rhino.] [Save the Rhino Trust CEO Marcia FARGNOLI†, International Fund for Animal Welfare Jeffrey FLOCKEN†- object to killing this animal.]

(Studio: Kyra Phillips) Live interview held with Kre8 360 principle John Zaller† about the rhino auction. [Voice of ZALLER - says there is no way you can preserve something by killing it; suggests the Safari Club offer the license to someone who promises not to use it; explains his idea of the best way to preserve the rhino population.]

Reporter(s):
Phillips, Kyra;
Lavandera, Ed
Duration:
00:07:20

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