Kenyans are debating whether to lift its 30-year ban on trophy hunting. While the talk continues, the elephant population in Kenya continues to drop. Meanwhile, elephant populations in countries such as Namibia and South Africa are increasing, a resurgence that is due, in part, to trophy hunting. More importantly, our research in Namibia has found that as elephant populations rebound, so do the fortunes of the people.
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