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

Botswana president offers to gift 20,000 elephants to Germany in wildlife preservation efforts

The German Ministry of Environment has announced stricter restrictions on the import of hunting trophies. In response, Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi proposed sending 20 thousand elephants to Germany. President Masisi believes that efforts to preserve wildlife lead to impoverishment of Botswanans and an increase in the number of elephants. He also stated that hunting helps control the elephant population.

President Masisi urged Germany to adopt a more natural approach to living with animals, like Botswana does. Botswana is the third country in the world with over 130 thousand elephants residing there. Previously, the country donated elephants to Angola and offered hundreds to Mozambique to help preserve their declining populations. President Masisi expressed his sincere desire to gift elephants to Germany, emphasizing that he was serious and would not accept no as an answer.

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