Tule elk, whose breed was rescued from the brink of extinction 140 years ago, graze near a ranch on Point Reyes National Seashore. Six years before Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer ignited a global firestorm when he killed an African lion named Cecil, he posed for a photo beside the carcass of another trophy, a bull tule elk he killed 60 miles from Sacramento.
Tule elk, whose breed was rescued from the brink of extinction 140 years ago, graze near a ranch on Point Reyes National Seashore. Six years before Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer ignited a global firestorm when he killed an African lion named Cecil, he posed for a photo beside the carcass of another trophy, a bull tule elk he killed 60 miles from Sacramento. Jason Henry The New York Times
Tule elk, whose breed was rescued from the brink of extinction 140 years ago, graze near a ranch on Point Reyes National Seashore. Six years before Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer ignited a global firestorm when he killed an African lion named Cecil, he posed for a photo beside the carcass of another trophy, a bull tule elk he killed 60 miles from Sacramento. Jason Henry The New York Times

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August 07, 2015 05:01 PM

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