Letters, 1841-1854, of the American Colonization Society containing letters, 1841-1847, sent from Monrovia, Liberia, to the financial secretary in Washington, D. These earlier letters are at the front of the reel.
The other file concerns Walter Glenn Elliott, who was Dept. The collection includes biographical information, correspondence, news releases, speeches, clippings, and pamphlets.
Late last year, two specialist IUCN groups wrote letters endorsing the licence to shoot an old male black rhino in Namibia.
With numbers 90 per cent lower than three generations ago, the IUCN classifies the black rhino (Diceros bicornis) as “critically endangered”. Rosie Cooney of the University of New South Wales in Sydney, who chairs IUCN’s sustainable use and livelihoods specialist group, wrote that “trophy hunting…
More controversially, the IUCN also claims that the death of this particular rhino could actually boost the growth of the wider population, including metapopulations, geographically separated groups of animals within the same species that still have the opportunity to interact.
The winner of the Dallas auction is licensed to kill a specific old male that is no longer fertile and has been expelled by its fellows from Etosha National Park.
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