Theodore Roosevelt’s Safari

Theodore Roosevelt became the United States’ 26th President on the 14th of September, 1901.

Once he finished his presidency in 1909 he went on an eleven-month safari where he trapped or shot over 11 000 animals, including this rhinoceros. The hunting was sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution.

After serving as US President, Theodore Roosevelt went on a safari and trapped or shot over 11 000 animals.

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3 thoughts on “Theodore Roosevelt’s Safari

  1. Mo-Marie says:

    and today they come and tell us about conservation.

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