Jane Goodall won't stop talking about Cecil the lion and all the other animals affected by trophy hunting.
Goodall - in an open letter to Jim Barber, president of UPS International - calls upon the freight shipping provider to "join many of the world's major airlines and impose a ban on transporting hunting trophies as soon as possible."
Despite previous outcry, UPS, FedEx and South African Airways all continue to ship animals who were recently killed by trophy hunters for "sport."
The shipping service makes it all too easy for trophy hunters to achieve their goals, explains Goodall. "One of the goals of a trophy hunter is to take the head or other body parts of the animals he has killed and proudly exhibit them in his home for all his friends to admire," she writes. "It would make a huge difference if it became more and more difficult to achieve this despicable goal."
Goodall gracefully ends her letter to UPS by noting that she "look[s] forward to hearing from you about this."
You can read her full letter below.