Saving animals from cruel snares in Molokai, Hawaii
In 1992, Alex and a staffer worked undercover on Hawaiian island of Molokai and destroyed several hundred wire snares that were causing wild boar, goats, and deer to die slowly of strangulation, starvation, and dehydration.
The traps had been set by a billion-dollar nonprofit organization, working with the State of Hawaii, in an effort to preserve native species by killing non-native species. After this was publicized, the trapping was discontinued.
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