(NEW YORK) — The Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force is investigating Donald Trump’s two sons to determine if a 2011 hunting trip they took in the country was legal after photographs of the two men posing with dead animals surfaced last week, TMZ reports.
The task force said that a South African safari company Donald Jr. Trump and Eric Trump used is not registered in Zimbabwe, and are looking into whether the men paid the proper license and trophy fees and if the company had been cleared by Zimbabwe wildlife authorities.
Trump’s two sons reportedly killed an elephant, a buffalo, a crocodile, an endangered leopard and other animals.
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