In an era when politically correct pundits challenge that hunting has anything to do with conservation, Ed Kadzombe, the chairman of the Zimbabwe Wildlife Advisory Council, his work cut out for him. But the cold facts on hunting in Africa tell the real story. In l980, Zimbabwe had 40,000 elephants. Today, after 22 years of carefully regulated hunting, they have 88,000 pachyderms. How can this be so?
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