Lion hunters warn U.S. conservation rules could backfire

Reuters: The thrill of hunting lion keeps luring John Jackson back to Africa for the chance to stalk the beasts in the wild and gaze through the scope of his rifle at the king of the jungle. "You can see them, smell them. When they roar the ground shakes. It's like lightning snapping over your head," he says. Jackson, of Metairie, Louisiana, is president of Conservation Force, a lobby group that says regulated lion hunting helps protect the animal by giving reserve owners a financial incentive to deter......

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