Update: Corey Knowlton paid $350,000 to kill an endangered black rhino in January and now he has done it.

Well this piece of disgusting sewage did it, he MURDERED A  BLACK RHINO, ONE OF THE MOST ENDANGERED SPECIES IN THE WORLD AND HAS LIED ABOUT IT SAYING HE DID IT IN THE NAME OF CONSERVATION, THERE IS NO BENEFIT IN HUNTING DISGUISED AS CONSERVATION.  NATURE DOES NOT, I REPEAT, DOES NOT NEED MAN’S HELP.  COREY KNOWLTON IS A PIECE OF GARBAGE AND AS EVIL AS THEY COME.

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By Katie Drummond

A mere 5,000 African black rhinos are now estimated to live in the wild, but that isn’t stopping a Texas-based group from killing one of the endangered animals. In a closed auction held this weekend, the Dallas Safari Club auctioned off a permit to hunt a rhino in Namibia for a whopping $350,000.
The winner of the auction, which was first announced late last year, hasn’t been identified. But their bid breaks the previous record for a Namibia black rhino hunting permit — five of which are doled out by the country each year — by more than $100,000. Those who purchase the permits are only allowed to hunt from a preselected group of rhinos, largely comprised of older male animals no longer capable of breeding.

Despite that caveat, and assurances from the hunting group that proceeds from the auction will go to conservation efforts, the event hasn’t exactly been met with plaudits from animal advocacy groups like the Humane Society and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). “This auction is telling the world that an American will pay anything to kill their species,” Jeffrey Flocken of the IFAW told the Associated Press of the event. “This is, in fact, making a spectacle of killing an endangered species.”

“An American will pay anything to kill their species.”

Members of the Dallas Safari Club have defended the auction, largely on the grounds that significant financial resources are required to help save endangered black rhinos. They’ve also noted that the older males being hunted under the permits tend to become aggressive and territorial, and are often culled by wildlife officials in an effort to protect younger rhinos. “The removal of limited numbers of males has been shown to stimulate population growth in some areas,” reads a statement from the US Fish and Wildlife Service, which advised the club on permits required for the auction’s winner to import any trophy derived from the hunt. “Removing specific individuals from a population can result in reduced male fighting, shorter calving intervals and reduced juvenile mortality.”

This particular hunt might be a tightly controlled one, but poachers remain the primary threat to black rhino populations throughout Africa. Rhino horns, often used in medicine, can sell for $30,000 a pound in some regions, and poaching has slashed black rhino populations from around 70,000 in the 1970’s. The US government last year launched a $10 million anti-poaching effort to help address the crisis.

If you wish to contact this murderous family:

  1. Happy huntings #Legionops
  2. his ugly wife and murder partner https://www.facebook.com/amber.knowlton.1
  3. NAME: COREY DANIEL KNOWLTON
  4. ASSOCIATED ADDRESSES:   3453 Private Road 2558  Royse City, TX 75189-4978
  5.                         324 Myers Rd  Rockwall, TX
  6.                         105 Fairfield Dr  Rockwall, TX
  7.                         10 Eastshore Rd  Rockwall, TX
  8. ASSOCIATED PHONE#:   (972)771-4049
  9.                      (972)635-6471
  10.                      (903)356-2108
  11. EMAIL: ADVWILD@AOL.COM
  12.          https://www.facebook.com/pages/Corey-Knowlton/123992287648317
  13.          http://www.corporationwiki.com/Texas/Quinlan/corey-d-knowlton/35238144.aspx
  14.          http://www.corporationwiki.com/Texas/Rockwall/global-hunting-resources-inc/37208058.aspx
  15.          http://huntingconsortium.com/theteam.htm
  16.          http://outdoorchannel.com/corey-knowlton-international-hunting-expert
  17.          http://www.outdoorlife.com/blogs/newshound/2012/08/440-inch-bull-taken-governors-tag-arizona
  18.          http://piersmorgan.blogs.cnn.com/2013/06/05/shark-catcher-corey-knowlton-we-worked-for-four-years-to-try-to-find-one-this-big/
  19.          http://www.manitobatraplines.webs.com/apps/profile/63007753/
  20.          http://globalgameguides.com/references/index.htm
  21. FATHER(BECAUSE ALSO DOUCHE):LARRY DALE KNOWLTON
  22.          http://www.findmeahunt.com/blog/tag/larry-knowlton/
  23. HAPPY HUNTING KIDS!!!
  24. Via @_legionops_
  25. http://www.dailydot.com/news/opfunkill-anonymous-black-rhino-hunt-namibia/

11 thoughts on “Update: Corey Knowlton paid $350,000 to kill an endangered black rhino in January and now he has done it.

    • They were going to kill one anyway. they raised money for good cause. Your not understanding what went on. Otherwise I see your anger, but in this case it was innocent. If hunters didn’t hunt deer and cull the herd, they’d inundate the woods and farmers and pass along illness etc. Therefore there is hunting season ONCE a year. It’s how YOU got here. YOUR ancestors hunted, rang chickens necks, ate squirrels etc. YOU are a carnivore, until Jesus comes back
      and everything grazes. Hunting isn’t cruel like these people did it.

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      • Shay, i see you’ve fallen for the load of crap lies that hunters tell. Dont you know that is all false propaganda so these serial killers can feel comfortable and the general public wont think badly of them? Naturetakes care of its own and doesnt need human help.“Hunters sometimes argue that if they were to stop hunting, the deer population would explode. This is a false argument, because if hunting were to stop, we would also stop the practices that increase the deer population. State wildlife management agencies artificially boost the deer population in order to increase recreational hunting opportunities for hunters. By clearcutting forests, planting deer-preferred plants and requiring tenant farmers to leave a certain amount of their crops unharvested in order to feed the deer, the agencies are creating the edge habitat that is preferred by deer and also feeding the deer. If we stop hunting, we would also stop these tactics that increase the deer population.

        If we stopped hunting, we would also stop breeding animals in captivity for hunters. Many nonhunters are unaware of state and private programs that breed quail, partridges and pheasants in captivity, for the purpose of releasing them in the wild, to be hunted.” – Doris Lin, in What Will Happen to Animals If Everyone Goes Vegan?

        “Big “game” animals like white-tailed deer and black bears rarely exceed their biological carrying capacity – the maximum number of individuals the ecosystem will support without threatening other species. If they exceed that number, a lack of food will kill the weakest individuals, and will also cause the pregnant females to resorb embryos and have fewer offspring. The strongest will survive and the population will become healthier.

        Unlike nature, hunters select the small and the weak to survive – reverse evolution. Instead of targeting the young, old, or sick individuals, hunters kill the largest, strongest males. Because hunters prefer large males with big horns, bighorn sheep in Alberta, Canada are now smaller, with smaller horns, compared to thirty years ago. And because hunters prefer to kill elephants with tusks, the African and Asian elephants that have a genetic mutation that leaves them tuskless are now dominating those populations.” -Doris Lin in Scientific Arguments Against Hunting

        “North American men do not hunt out of necessity; they typically do not hunt to protect people or animals, nor to keep themselves or their families from going hungry. Rather, they pursue hunting for its own sake, as a sport. This point is obscured by the fact that many hunters consume the flesh of their kills with their families, thus giving the appearance that hunting is a subsistence tactic. A close reading of the hunting literature, however, reveals that hunters eat the flesh of their kills as an ex post facto attempt at morally legitimating an activity they pursue for its own sake. The hunter often portrays himself as providing for his family through a successful kill and ‘harvest.’ This posture seeks to ritually reestablish a stereotypical masculine provider role less available now than may once have been. In reality hunting today is typically not a source of provision but actually drains family resources. Deer hunters, for example, spend on average twenty dollars per pound of venison, once all the costs of equipment, licenses, transportation, unsuccessful hunts, and so forth are calculated.” – Brian Luke in Brutal: Manhood and the Exploitation of Animals

        – See more at: http://freefromharm.org/eating-animals-addressing-our-most-common-justifications/#.dpuf

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  1. This lists the wrong address for Larry knowlton. I know, because my family lives at this address. Please change this at your earliest convenience. Thank you so much!!!

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  2. Leave the guy the fuck alone! That same money is going to save many black rhinos that CAN breed and do not have the same aggressive nature that the much older rhino in question has! Killing is not right but making threats toward someone for their actions is not right either.

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  3. You don’t need to call his wife ugly, it’s so childish, you need to rise above that. Be the person you want others to be…shit I shouldn’t have to say this

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