Airlines Ban Transport of Hunting Trophies

Delta, United and American Airlines announced they will no longer allow the transport of buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhino trophies, after the fallout of the shooting of Cecil the lion by a U.S. dentist in Zimbabwe.

0:40 | 08/04/15

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Oh more fallout over the death of Cecil the lion son killed by an American dentists in Zimbabwe. Delta and American Airlines are both banning rare animal trophies on their planes. Hunters can no longer use the carriers to transport the remains a punt at lions leopards elephants rhinos. And buffalo. Thank you can show your support look at this now. So you support for animal rights by buying the new Cecil the line beanie baby. Now Cecil skilling by that big game hunting did this self that international furor. But the beanie baby maker says all profits will go to a wildlife conservation group in Britain that was tracking Cecil in the while the toy. Goes on sale by the end of the month for six bucks.

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