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"The Absolute Top End Of Cruelty": Inside Psycho-Poaching

Some call it extreme hunting. Others, psycho-poaching. It happens at night in rural communities and, fuelled by camera phones and social media, is growing in popularity and ferocity. Esquire goes on patrol with the authorities protecting wild animals from a new breed of killer.
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