South African hunter killed by a dying elephant in a stupid accident


After earning a degree in psychology and anthropology in 1991, Botha turned full time to big game hunting, starting a hunting farm with his wife to offer, according his website, “an unique African safari experience.” Theunis Botha Big Game Safaris started as a small operation in the early 1980s run by Botha’s family, who settled near Kruger National Park in the sparsely populated northeastern region of South Africa. Their clients were riding boats, trucks and small planes into the African wilderness in their hunting parties.“A legend has fallen but will never be forgotten,” one user, probably one of his past clients, wrote after Botha’s death on Facebook.


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