28 Jun '15, 12pm

Costa Rica Becomes First Latin American Country to Ban Hunting for Sport

Hunters from around the world flock to Costa Rica to hunt the country’s jaguars and pumas for sport – or to capture the cats and sell them on the black market as pets. Illegal hunting tours bring in a pretty penny for tour leaders, and their popularity helped spur the newly announced ban. Parrots are also a target, since they can be captured and smuggled out to be sold as pets around the world.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/costa-rica-becomes-first-latin-ameri...

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