IN AN AVERAGE YEAR, ABOUT
$200 MILLION

Thanks to the idiots in the anti-hunting movement and the hoo-hah over the "beloved" lion, "Cecil," likely this won't be true any longer. And every villager in the trophy-hunting countries will suffer, because the money that hunters bring with them is distributed, in the end, to them. Every starving African in these countries is the real victim; and moreover they are all victims of the anti-hunting movement, who regard animals as more important than people.

For a realistic look at the value of trophy hunting and the "beloved" lions of Zimbabwe, click here. To read about the unalloyed disaster that the cessation of hunting has been in Kenya, click here.

By the way, if Cecil was outside the park...however he got there...he was fair game.