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Madison hunter to import black rhino trophy into U.S. for first time in 30 years

9:25 PM, Apr. 29, 2013
David Reinke
David Reinke
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David K. Reinke says he's committed to saving the endangered black rhinoceros.

So the Madison businessman traveled to Namibia where he contributed about $200,000 to a trust fund there -- and shot and killed a black rhino.

Reinke said killing the rhino, a 34-year-old sterile male that he shot with a .375 H&H Magnum rifle, actually helped the species, of which only about 4,000 are left in the wild, by reducing fighting injuries and deaths among male rhinos and encouraging rhino reproduction. ...

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