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Big Game Hunting

Facebook Founder Kills Bison

by Game & Fish Staff   |  September 30th, 2011 8

Here’s something for the pro-hunting community to “Like.” Apparently Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is sticking to his guns regarding his May 2011 declaration that he’d only eat what he killed.

According to Mashable.com, during Zuckerberg’s unveiling of the new Facebook timeline, there was an image of the boy billionaire cooking a bison burger, prompting many to ask if he killed the animal himself.

Apparently, that answer is yes, as Zuckerberg recently obtained a hunting license and permit for his bison hunt to put some meat on the table (and freezer considering it was a bison!)

There’s no indication if this was a free-range bison or how Zuckerberg hunted his quarry.

Zuckerberg’s May comment revealed that he wanted to take more responsibility for the food that he eats from a health and nutrition standpoint, and it appears it wasn’t just lip service.

  • Jack Leake

    Next time you go, stop by and pick me up! I'd like to hunt me some buffalo too.

    • https://www.facebook.com/donna.wiedrich Donna Wade Wiedrich

      Wow, it must be VERY scary hunting a buffalo! They are so fast and stealthy you know. Big strong men should be so proud of themselves with their high powered rifles and scopes……you people make me sick.

  • connie

    lets see a pic of it

  • KIRBY

    COOL MARK,

    I LOVE TO HUNT TOO ND EAT WHAT I SHOOT

  • Jeremiah Twofeathers

    all my life i have wanted to hunt bison but can't afford it….but i want to hunt the traditional native american way….up close and personal…it's not only eating what you kill but respecting what you kill.

  • Tish

    maybe you should run a contest for FB users and you should take a lucky winner huntin' with ya! :)

  • http://3wrkwk4sd.us Ronnie

    where did you kill that Buffalo at?

    Because I would like to kill one myself in South Dakota.

    Oh where is Buffalo season?

  • Bob Begansky

    Congradulations on your hunt and where did this take place? Not your back yard I hope.

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