You have absolutely ZERO idea on what takes place in Africa and how hunting provides for that continent. The money from hunters goes DIRECTLY into the economies of the countries that are being hunted. The meat goes to villagers or is sold in town. I’ve been to Africa. I’ve hunted in Africa. I’ve studied NUMEROUS different toics on hunting/conservation in Africa. What you won’t know is that this article/the documentary it’s referring to were written/filmed in a game reserve called Masai Mara. Hunting isn’t allowed there. Therefore, the conclusion can be drawn that these animals are essentially in a zoo; this also means that they’re acclimated to being close to humans, and don’t perceive them as a threat. You really have no idea how ethical hunting/conservation work, do you?