31 Mar '11, 5pm

GoDaddy CEO criticized for killing an elephant

GoDaddy CEO criticized for killing an elephant

magazine's Bryan Walsh points out that problem elephants are a serious threat in some parts of Africa, but that's because the animals are being squeezed into smaller and smaller territories by a growing human populations. "That doesn't mean that the best way to deal with this conflict is for rich foreigners like Parsons to make like Hemingway," Walsh writes. "There are sensible, non-lethal solutions, including chili and tobacco-based deterrents that keep elephants out of farmers' fields, or simply growing crops that elephants don't like."

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