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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Jeffrey Flocken
"If black rhinos and other dwindling species are to have a future, people must be encouraged to value animals for their inherent worth, not for their closing price at a Texas auction house," Jeffrey Flocken, the North America director of International Fund for Animal Welfare, wrote in a blog post before January's auction.
He expressed confidence that permits for his black rhino hunt will be granted.