Female Hunter Under Fire For Black Giraffe Hunt
By Tom Knighton
Tess Thompson Talley is a hunter. As a hunter, she no doubt looked forward to her hunt in Africa, a dream destination for American hunters. While there, she was able to bag a black giraffe. The species itself is endangered, but hunts still take place to help fund conservation efforts throughout the region. Not only that, but she reportedly harvested a South African sub-species of black giraffe whose numbers have been increasing.
However, anti-hunting elitists don’t care about that. Instead, they simply want to attack Talley for her hunt.
Though the hunt took place last year, photos of a Kentucky woman posing with a slain “black” giraffe are causing people to lose their minds on social media.
What brought the matter to light is when the AfricaDigest posted the pics to Twitter last month with the following caption:
“White american savage who is partly a neanderthal comes to Africa and shoot down a very rare black giraffe coutrsey [sic] of South Africa stupidity. Her name is Tess Thompson Talley. Please share”
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Source:: Bearing Arms