Monday, May 2, 2016

Poachers need to be killed on sight. Their corpse should be hung from trees to help other assholes understand.

And this week, the Wildlife Protection Society of India released its quarterly poaching toll data and revealed that more tigers — 28 — have been killed throughout India in the first quarter of this year than all of last year — 25. Altogether, 58 have died, including from natural causes, infighting among the tigers themselves and killings by people in self-defense. The maximum sentence for poaching in India is three years, though one state, Maharashtra, famously decided it would allow park rangers to shoot poachers on sight without repercussion.

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