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Aug 4, 2015

Walter Palmer’s Hunting Club

Walter Palmer’s Hunting Club

Inside Pope & Young, a Minnesota-based bowhunting and conservation organisation with 8,000 members, including the dentist who admitted killing Cecil the lion.

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A poster promoting fair chase ethics in bowhunting hangs in the lobby of North American bow-hunting club Pope & Young's museum in Chatfield ERIC MILLER/REUTERS

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A shoulder mount of a previous world record Bighorn Sheep is seen on the wall of North American bowhunting club Pope & Young's museum in Chatfield ERIC MILLER/REUTERS

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A display shows part of a collection of over 200 historical longbows and recurve bows at North American bow-hunting club Pope & Young's museum in Chatfield ERIC MILLER/REUTERS

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A portion of a historical collection of over 2325 broadhead points is seen on display at North American bow-hunting club Pope & Young's museum in Chatfield ERIC MILLER/REUTERS

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A shoulder mount of a current world record Bison is seen on the wall of North American bowhunting club Pope & Young's museum in Chatfield ERIC MILLER/REUTERS

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The shoulder mount of a Canada Moose is seen on the wall of North American bowhunting club Pope & Young's museum in Chatfield ERIC MILLER/REUTERS

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A life-size mount of a cougar is seen on the wall of North American bowhunting club Pope & Young's museum in Chatfield ERIC MILLER/REUTERS

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Shoulder mounts of a Coues Deer and a Mule Deer hang above historical archery tournament trophies at North American bow-hunting club Pope & Young's museum in Chatfield ERIC MILLER/REUTERS

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A donor plaque for dentist Walter Palmer hangs next to a display in the foyer of North American bow-hunting club Pope & Young's museum in Chatfield ERIC MILLER/REUTERS

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A life-size mount of a world record grizzly bear stands next to a display about Glenn St. Charles, the principal founder and first president of the North American bow-hunting club Pope & Young's museum in Chatfield ERIC MILLER/REUTERS

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A life-size mount of an Alaskan Brown Bear is seen at North American bowhunting club Pope & Young's museum in Chatfield ERIC MILLER/REUTERS

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