Tourists are paying tens of thousands of pounds to legally hunt giraffe, the elegant, gentle giants of the animal kingdom.
Many take the animals' heads home as a sick trophy of their African "adventure".
The hunters pay up to Â£10,000 for the giraffe-hunting expeditions, which target the larger males.
Safari clubs and game reserves ask for a Â£1,500 trophy fee and add Â£1,000 a day for guides and trackers.
The giraffe population has nearly halved since 1988 â€” falling from more than 140,000 to fewer than 80,000.
They are now thought to be extinct in places such as Angola, Mali and Nigeria.
But in South Africa, Namibia and Zimbabwe it is still legal to hunt them.
This insanity needs to be stopped.
LetÂ´s stand together and sign this petition to spread awareness and hopefully change things.
It just CANNOT be legal to hunt these awesome creatures for fun!
So please sign and spread the word!