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Re: “What's Behind Tucson's International Wildlife Museum?

I used to volunteer here, and a lot of the comments are so uneducated. First off, the majority of the animals in this museum are over 100 years old, negating the people saying that people are still killing animals for the sole purpose to put in this museum in this day and age. The majority of dead animals that are now recently coming in and have been in the past 25 years have died of natural causes and they are being sent to the museum by wildlife rehabilitation centers, State agencies, and even locals who have found the animals ALREADY DEAD OF NATURAL CAUSES in their backyard; this is Arizona, people. These animals have died of natural causes and were/are still being sent to the museum. Yes, McElroy did hunt and kill a majority of the animals in that museum today, but I can assure you that NOW in this day and age that the inflow of dead animals to the museum have died of natural causes. Trust me, I've been coming to this museum since I was literally 5 years old and I actually educated myself on where the animals were coming from, unlike the majority of the people who've commented narrow-minded, tree-humper comments.

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Posted by JoJoHolzel on 09/14/2016 at 4:25 PM

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