Does hunting in Texas save endangered antelopes? March 30, 2012

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Does hunting in Texas save endangered antelopes? March 30, 2012 Fort Worth Star Telegram 

... nearly extinct in their native habitats. But because of an unusual exemption under the U.S. Endangered Species Act, these animals are thriving, their populations reaching the thousands by being hunted legally on sprawling ranches in the United States. Texas has more than 5,000 such ranches, mostly in the Hill Country. Alongside the antelopes are exotic animals of every stripe, including zebras, African bongos, kangaroos and regal rare Pere David's deer, which are extinct in the wild.

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