This article attempts to unravel the underlying reasoning behind the contemporary practice of "trophy hunting." It uses deontology to critique the debate on trophy hunting, which, it reckons, is based on utilitarianism. This debate is wrongly pitched between those who consider trophy hunting as economically viable and those who decry this viability. This understanding treats environment as "unrelated" or "irrelevant" domain for the economic benefits, denies its intrinsic value and makes its instrumental use as a collective norm.

Zambian wildlife authorities said on Tuesday they had suspended the controlled slaughter of up to 2,000 hippos over the next five years following concerns from animal rights activists who described

Around 1.7m animal “trophies” have been exported across borders by hunters in the last decade, with at least 200,000 of them endangered species, according to a new report.

After animal rights activists filed an online petition, American online retailer Amazon agreed to stop their sales of animal specimen and hunting equipment which are banned under the Wildlife Prote

Government has stopped the European Union's bid to ban the import of hunting trophies from Zimbabwe with exports of wildlife from the regional bloc expected to soar, a Cabinet minister has said.

Ninety per cent of the Snowy Mountains brumbies would be culled over the next two decades, under a plan released by the New South Wales government.

Judgement of the Delhi District Court in the matter of Wild Life Vs. Bholu dated 30/04/2016. The complainant Sh. R.R. Meena, WLI filed the present complaint u/s 55 of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972 in short the “Act” punishable u/s 51 of the Act against accused Bholu for hunting a peacock which is specified under Schedule-I of the Act.

The population of the world's largest primate, Grauer's gorilla, found only in the conflict-plagued Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), declined calamitously in 20 years according to a report c

It’s hard to ignore a red colobus monkey in the forests of Equatorial Guinea’s Bioko Island, off the coast of Cameroon.

Satellite maps show tiger habitat is being lost but still adequate for meeting international goal of doubling tiger numbers by 2022