Gallery: Leaked Video Shows “Most Abhorrent Displays of Unethical Hunti...

Hunters capture and restrain a baby zebra in a leaked video.

Hunting protected animals with semi-automatic weapons, running over animals with jeeps, and torturing animals before killing them; it sounds too horrible to be true – but a shocking new video shows that a company called Green Mile Safari allowed its clients to do all of the above. The terrible montage of animal abuse is so bad that the Dallas Safari Club sent a letter to Tanzania’s minister of natural resources and tourism stating that “without question, the video depicts some of the most abhorrent displays of unethical hunting behavior and animal abuse ever recorded.”

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  1. Alexis Lekki October 12, 2014 at 4:27 am

    So incredibly disgusting. These people need to be stopped

  2. blueeyes October 9, 2014 at 12:42 pm

    this is absolutely sickening. This company should be shut down. I\’d love to put all their employees and anyone who thinks this is in anyway ok to do in a fenced in area and let me hunt them. I\’d love to see the terror in their eyes. I only hope these beautiful, defenseless animals died quickly and painlessly, but it doesn\’t appear to be the case!! I hope these lowlife poor excuse for a human see these posts!!

  3. Sandra Garratt August 22, 2014 at 9:09 am

    Is this child abuse? Are they trying to teach this kid how to ba a sadist? Such cruel & sadistic behavior. Horrifying to watch as they fumble around trying to kill these poor animals while they pretend to be hunters. Disgusting behavior by these people. The tour company should be closed down and heavily fined….this is criminal.

  4. Weslan Pompana August 22, 2014 at 4:06 am

    Disqustig Dubai Garbage!

  5. Corey Drew August 20, 2014 at 10:30 pm

    Absolutely disgusting humans these people are. No respect for life.

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