Some people hunt large game for the same reason that many drug users go looking for bigger and more rare narcotics: to get “high.” They require larger and more uncommon creatures to shoot and kill in order to experience the thrill they experienced when they shot their first animal, just like an addict. An American woman murdered an exceedingly uncommon and endangered black giraffe while on a safari hunt in South Africa, believing that posting a photo with it on her social media page would be “cool.”

Tessa Thompson Talley (TTA) is an American trophy hunter who kills first and questions later. Although she shoots animals that are highly controversial and uncommon, she aims to kill them before uploading her photographs to the internet.

During her recent South African hunting excursion, TTT joined a group of individuals to shoot and kill as many large game animals as possible. She killed a number of creatures during the trip and got images with many of them. Despite the fact that several people were angry over different things, one image, in particular, provoked a great deal of anger. The photograph depicting TTT posing with a black giraffe was among the most contentious.

Comments on her kill ranged from:

“Tess Thompson Talley… may Karma be swift and merciless to you.”

TTT was holding the limp neck of a huge land beast in this photo. The animal was extremely unusual and more than eight years old.

The caption for the photo was:: “Prayers for my once in a lifetime Dream hunt came true today! Spotted this rare black giraffe bull and stalked him for quite a while. I knew it was the one. He was over 18 years old, 4,000 lbs and was blessed to be able to get 2,000 lbs of meat from him.”

TTT’s photos were shared by African Digest to their animal rights followers on Twitter, where they said: “White American savage who is partly a Neanderthal comes to Africa and shoot down a very rare black giraffe courtesy of South Africa stupidity.”

One user replied to Africa Digest’s tweet by writing, “Tess Thompson Talley. May you suffer guilt, torment, and loneliness from your mental illness. Shame on you.”

Africa Digest added: “Her name is Tess Thompson Talley. Please share. If our so-called governments can’t care for our wildlife, then it’s time we stand up and responsibility of our continent, lands, resources, and wildlife… Let’s have a united voice against pillage of Africa. It’s the only home we have.”

A Texas hunter, TTTT, has killed a unique species that is on the verge of extinction. People began to question her after she shot an endangered animal. To avoid being part of the protest, TTT made her account private. This also prevented users from leaving comments on her photos.

The country loses its lovely wildlife with each kill when trophy hunters arrive in South Africa.

After the American dentist hunted and killed Cecil, the lion, several African states banned trophy hunting. Meanwhile, trophies of lions from Australia and France are no longer allowed in Australia or France.