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Spain’s King Juan Carlos asked to quit WWF over elephant hunting
Igor I. Solar
Madrid - King Juan Carlos of Spain is being widely criticized by environmental organizations after suffering a hip injury in an accident in Botswana where he went to hunt elephants, a species which conservation status is deemed “vulnerable”.
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King Juan Carlos stands proudly in front of dead elephant during hunting trip in Botswana (2007). (Screenshot from Actuable.es)
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