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How the Leopard Got Its Spots
16 Jul 2012

In Rudyard Kipling's children's tale, the leopard was initially a "greyish-yellowish catty-shaped kind of beast".

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Newsflashes: Wild Dogs Threatened, Buffalo Research and Dogs vs Poaching
23 Jul 2012

Wild dogs, classified by CITES as extremely threatened species, are also Africa's most threatened species. South Africa has only 450 wild dogs left in the wild. Urbanisation and development practically destroyed the habitat and hunting terrain of wild dogs.

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The Pros and Cons of Rhino Farming
21 Sep 2011

Game rancher John Hume, one of the biggest - and wealthiest - game ranchers in South Africa, has been the driving force behind legalising international trade in white rhino horn.

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NWU unique research
21 Jul 2011

North West University is conducting new research on the effect of hunting on the quality of life of hunters. It is based on the same questions as those posed for the report on biltong hunters.

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Assist with Research on Carnivores
24 May 2011

Members of the SA Hunting and Game Conservation Association (SAHGCA) can assist a PhD student, Louisa Richmond-Coggan, who is studying brown hyenas and other carnivores across South Africa in her research.

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Hunting plays an important role in creating employment in the Free State
04 Apr 2011

It is clear that the hunting industry is a serious contributor to the economy of the Free State, especially from a tourism point of view and, according to Proff Melville Saayman and Peet van der Merwe, it is most probably one of the most underestimated resources; therefore, more should be done to promote hunting as an industry.

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Why Hunting Equipment Is More Expensive in South Africa
12 Dec 2010

With the open shop windows of the internet world one often finds web pages where hunting equipment, rifles and other items are advertised at much cheaper prices than South Africans have to pay locally. There is one big factor that has a domino effect on the price of goods.

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