Do what’s right for our population

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Do you like big game hunting? Then do your part to solve the problem. Are you aware that this sport has become a big problem in our planet? It has become popular to hunt big game in countries like Africa and Asia. There are many problems affecting the federal law on protecting animals that might become endangered if we don’t do something. From all over the world there are 29 to 71 percent of endangered species like “African elephants, lions, rhinos and other imperiled animals around the world.” (Wildlife-trafficking)

It’s bigger than I imagined. The government is working with the Department of Fish and Wildlife to stop poaching and trapping. We should have protection on fish and wildlife to ensure that the endangered animal population survives. Stop and think before you do something illegal.

Ruvim Gonchuk

Moses Lake

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