Anti-Hunters Revel In Elephant Killing Hunter

There is a reason we call it 'dangerous game'.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on August 15, 2017

There is a reason we call it ‘dangerous game’.

A man from Argentina went hunting with a group in Namibia.

He had acquired all the necessary permits, he was on a private game preserve and doing everything on the up-and-up.

The proceeds paid for such hunts are even used to help reinvest into conservation. It’s used for assisting the overall health of the herds of wildlife that would otherwise be threatened.

You’d think it’s win-win, right? Something that hunters and greenies could actually come together on, right?

Not so much.

Watch how they react when tragedy strikes.

An elephant has trampled and killed an Argentinian hunter who was among a group tracking a herd in Namibia.
The Namibian Press Agency reported that 46-year-old Jose Monzalvez was killed on Saturday afternoon in a private wildlife area 43 miles north-west of the small town of Kalkfeld.

Class acts.

They love life SO much they will cheer when a dude dies.

We can only imagine how happy they’d be if they saw Auchiwitz.

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