As reported in regional Prosecutor’s office, the population of wild animals in the area is decreasing at an alarming rate. While most animals die as a result of hunting. The exception are the animals located on the territory of specially protected natural territories and nature reserves. Outside these areas the animals became much less than, for example, 20-30 years ago.
So, according to prosecutors,over the years the marmot population has decreased by 30 thousand individuals, protein – 6.5 thousand, Salonga – on 2 thousand, quail – 9.7 thousand, partridge – three thousand individuals. And in recent years the destruction is more active. So, compared to last year decreased the number of the Siberian ROE deer on 2 thousands of hares – 7 thousand, foxes – on 2 thousand, ferrets – on 2 thousand, ermines – 1,600 individuals, kurupetos – 12 thousand individuals, grouse – 6600 individuals, doves – 20 thousand individuals.
According to prosecutors,outfitters allow numerous violations, including in the light of the animal world.In the area there is an acute shortage of Rangers. By law, there should be more than 700, in fact the Association is registered only 191 huntsman, 143 of which are freelancers, working for free. Continue reading
Hyenas in Africa began to tame since time immemorial. They are easily domashniaya, it is teachable and, most importantly, loyal to the owner. And betrayed no worse than dogs, and maybe better. With them go hunting and as a formidable guard.
On some sites of ancient people found bones of hyenas many times more than the bones of other animals. Homemade hyenas are well known from the history of Ancient Egypt. In General, the Egyptians tried to domesticate many animals for hunting with them for keeping as exotic decoration or just for food. The hyena, probably, has not passed none of the IFI. On papyri from Egypt there are images of hunting with hounds on the hyena, hunting with hyenas on a Gazelle, there are scenes of domestic feeding hyenas until enforced (like now, for example, by force feeding geese to obtain an enlarged liver). In principle, the hyena has adapted to long periods of hunger, but if food tucks, she can eat a lot. Continue reading