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Editorial: Here's one way to protect endangered species: Don't let their trophy heads and skins into California

A bill in the California Senate would prohibit the possession of trophies - including heads, parts or skin - of some of the most captivating and exotic animals in Africa. The bill, SB 1487, would cover the possession of 11 species considered endangered, threatened or vulnerable.

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