This Saudi prince is accused of killing 2,000 endangered birds while on safari in Pakistan

This Saudi prince is accused of killing 2,000 endangered birds while on safari in Pakistan (via GlobalPost)

Jeez. Happy Earth Day. A Saudi prince has been accused of killing 2,000 endangered birds during a safari in Pakistan earlier this year. More from GlobalPost: These cities are among the greenest in the world The birds, known as houbara bustards, are…



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8 Responses

  1. Tausi Malik

    @sufisal Saudis have all the rights to carry on with any atrocities here after all its the country of their feet licking servants

  2. “It’s not known whether he’ll face any punishment.”

    Yes it is – he won’t. What – oh darned, now he’ll need to find another hunting preserve?

  3. Beautiful birds, what teas these Pakistanis, how is a fat prince to get a fill on a morsel of only 100 of these birds.

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