Leaked safari snuff films usher in a new battle in Africa against wildlife abuse and corruption — Quartz

Lake Natron, in Tanzania, is a serene expanse of water where flamingoes stop on their migration, below the titanic bulk of Ol Doinyo Lengai, an active volcano revered by Masai people who live here. The variety of animals in the remote semi-desert environment—greater kudu, water buffalo, and eland—attract the safari business, with trophy-hunting tourists paying…

via Leaked safari snuff films usher in a new battle in Africa against wildlife abuse and corruption — Quartz

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