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Oro Valley veteran stars on Animal Planet’s “Rhino Wars” show

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4 comments:

  • Mark posted at 1:51 pm on Sun, Mar 31, 2013.

    Mark Posts: 1

    It was a huge mistake to stop these operations after a few weeks filming, the criminals are waiting for that. These operations should be happening 365 days a year in all the poaching hot spots, Tanzania, Congo, Cameroon, South Africa.More military should be involved in these type missions. Poachers and any of their criminal customers involved in the illegal global wildlife trade must be hunted down with no mercy.This is the finest calling the military can be in these days..it's a hero's mission no less than saving the planet.

     
  • Oldsailor65 posted at 7:17 am on Mon, Mar 25, 2013.

    Oldsailor65 Posts: 2

    What happened to my last 2 posts? There was no foul language and nothing that most people should object to. I just voiced my opinion of how poachers should be treated. They should be shot. I'm sure that most people who love animals feel the same way.

     
  • Oldsailor65 posted at 6:32 am on Mon, Mar 25, 2013.

    Oldsailor65 Posts: 2

    I love animals! One thing we don't need more of in the world is more people. More people require more resources and destroys more habitat for the animals. Seeing that baby rhino missing his dead mother was so sad. Poachers should be killed on sight and left for the scavengers to deal with!!

     
  • shaylynn2000 posted at 2:04 am on Fri, Mar 22, 2013.

    shaylynn2000 Posts: 1

    Why cant they continue helping save the animals. Its our responsibility to keep them on this earth weather it be them or us as Americans?

     

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