Numbers-wise, who knows, but President Teddy Roosevelt was famous as a hunter with a love for manly endeavors in the outdoors. He published writings about hunting, he traveled around the West and to Africa to hunt. He encouraged hunters to bring back taxidermied animals they killed in foreign lands so that Americans could see these symbols of other places. His statue is outside of the Museum of Natural History in New York City, which houses many taxidermied animals from other countries and continents. He was not the stereotypical hunter, though; he was also a naturalist and loved the outdoors, encouraging the young men of urban areas to have active lifestyles and explore the wild west, as he did, despite his childhood asthma.
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