Also, hunters need to understand that the shooting of one or two elephants does not constitute a cull. When elephants are culled, entire family groups must be eliminated - cows, calves, young bulls, everything must go! It is a grim business to conduct an elephant cull, and it is also a dangerous situation for a paying client. Once the shooting begins it cannot stop until all the elephants are down. Jumbo of all sizes start running, and the shooters must be in the thick of it. Getting trampled or tusked is a real possibility. Personally, I would be leery of anyone trying to market this kind of an experience. While elephant culling is occasionally necessary work, it is NOT sporthunting. And in this case, conducting such a "hunt" in Zimbabwe is illegal. Illegal operators are a detriment to hunting as a sport, to the hunting industry and to the hunting clients they place at legal and financial risk. They need to be outed.