Texas hunting ranches say efforts save endangered species

01/30/2012 | CBS News

Ranches in Texas have imported about 125 exotic species including the scimitar horned oryx, the addax and the dama gazelle. People pay large sums to hunt a certain number of each species, a practice ranchers say is needed to pay for the upkeep of the herds; activists argue that the hunts are inconsistent with the goals of protecting endangered species.

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