Trophy import bans: are they contagious?

Canada and Belgium have brought in partial bans on trophy imports, and the UK and France are talking about it. Despite the damage they are causing to conservation, animal rights organisations are committed to spending their money on more bans. Meanwhile, hunting organisations are fighting back, and more and more hunters are buying replica trophies and throwing away the originals. Charlie Jacoby visits the Safari Club International Convention 2024 at Nashville, Tennessee, to find out the latest.

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