When a photographer named Paul Dufresne posted the picture of an elephant that he’d taken in Zimbabwe with a camera, he was inundated with death threats.
A woman who called herself Jane Doe threatened to “burn your house down” and to kill his family if he didn’t comply with her demands.
But Duflese managed to get his picture taken in a remote wildlife sanctuary in the Amazon.
And his wife, Maria, who lives in Brazil, didn’t hesitate to shoot him with her Nikon D810 and her husband’s Nikon D800.
So when Maria found out about the death threats and the threat of the wife’s death, she decided to respond.
Dufre’s photos were featured on a series of popular TV programs, including “Deadly Creatures” on CBS and “The Walking Dead” on AMC, and were shared widely on social media, sparking outrage and even threats of violence.
Now Maria and Dufries have decided to launch an official website that will track the threats and encourage others to share the pictures on social networks and blogs, which will help the public learn more about what is happening to the world’s wildlife.
Maria Dufrey says she was “very shocked” when she found out her husband had been threatened.
She said her husband has been threatened in the past and has done several work-related projects in Africa.
Maria said her first reaction was to say: “I’m sorry, I love you, but I can’t do this.”
Maria Dafresne said her boyfriend was upset by the death threat, but that she was ready to fight back.
“If this is not a crime, then it’s a crime,” she said.
“I don’t believe in killing animals.
The images were captured by Dufers and Maria in August 2017 in a reserve near Kibale National Park, a remote region in central Zimbabwe that has been hit hard by poaching, poaching rings and attacks by illegal hunters. “
What we are saying is, if you are going to kill an elephant, then you have to show it’s dead.”
The images were captured by Dufers and Maria in August 2017 in a reserve near Kibale National Park, a remote region in central Zimbabwe that has been hit hard by poaching, poaching rings and attacks by illegal hunters.
The photographs of the elephant were snapped in May 2017 when the family was living in the remote reserve.
Dafre said he was in the bush and not paying attention to the animals when he took the pictures, which were shared with the public.
Maria, however, said the images were taken with the intent of killing the animal and sharing them with others.
Maria told NBC News that the threats have been a problem for years, and that she and Dafrens family have received death threats several times.
“They’ve threatened to burn my house down, kill my family, and kill my dog,” she recalled.
Maria has since moved out of the area and is in Brazil.
She has never received a death threat.
“It’s very upsetting, I have to live with it,” she told NBC.
The threats against Dufredes family came after his wife Maria received death threat calls from people who thought they were her husband. “
But now I’m living in Brazil and I don’t want to be the person that makes the news.”
The threats against Dufredes family came after his wife Maria received death threat calls from people who thought they were her husband.
Maria was able to get her husband and his family off the phone, and he called Maria.
He said he never had a death wish.
Maria says that Maria is an avid hunter, but she said she was afraid for her life.
She also said that Maria had been receiving death threats for years before Dufrens death.
“My husband and I are very peaceful people.
I love hunting,” Maria said.
The threats to Dufrees are the latest in a long list of attacks against wildlife that have been reported in the country, and some of the threats include murder and rape.
Maria and her family were living in a ranch house that was the home of one of the poachers, but the ranch was destroyed by a fire in 2015.
The poachers had taken the animals to a nearby wildlife sanctuary and were using the sanctuary to kill the animals.
Maria had to evacuate to the forest, and she said that when she returned to the ranch, the poaches were gone.
The threat against her husband was particularly troubling because Maria said that he was not involved in any poaching or illegal activities.
She was told that his death was not linked to the sanctuary, and the poacher had fled.
Maria also said she has received threats against her and her friends.
“Some people think that because I’m an avid shooter, I’m a hunter and that I should be arrested,” she added.
Maria is planning to sue the poaching ring responsible for her husbands death and other poaching cases.
“This is very upsetting.
We’re very upset,” she explained.
The people who threaten me are all criminals.” Maria said