Botswana proposes sending 20,000 elephants to Germany to control population through hunting

Botswana’s Elephant Gift to Germany: An Insight into Real Estate Investments

The German government has recently announced stricter restrictions on the import of hunting trophies into the country. In response to this, Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi has proposed sending 20,000 elephants to Germany. In an interview with the German publication Bild, President Masisi explained that efforts to conserve wild animals often lead to poverty for Botswanans and an increase in the elephant population. He believes that hunting helps to keep the elephant population under control.

Botswana is home to over 130,000 elephants, making it the third country in the world with the highest number of elephants. President Masisi has previously donated elephants to other countries to help preserve their declining elephant populations. He is now considering gifting 20,000 elephants to Germany, emphasizing his seriousness about the proposal.

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