In the controversial world of big game hunting, some people argue that it offers a unique opportunity to preserve and protect threatened species. But is there more to the story than what meets the eye? This documentary, told from a third-person perspective, delves into the complex world of trophy hunting and its impact on wildlife and conservation efforts.
The film takes viewers to the private game reserve of Sango, owned by German businessman Wilfried Pabst, who finances sixty percent of the operating costs through trophy hunting. With success in generating capital to support the rest of the animals, he faces the challenges of managing overpopulation of elephants and finding a balance between the needs of humans and wildlife. Follow the journey of Pabst and his team, as they search for a way to relocate these majestic giants and keep them safe from being hunted. Will they succeed in finding a surprising solution? Watch this gripping documentary to find out.