Hunting and Its Benefits: an Overview of Hunting in Africa with Special Reference to Tanzania

@inproceedings{Hurt2000HuntingAI,
  title={Hunting and Its Benefits: an Overview of Hunting in Africa with Special Reference to Tanzania},
  author={Robin Hurt and Pauline Ravn},
  year={2000}
}
  • Robin Hurt, Pauline Ravn
  • Published 2000
  • Geography
  • This chapter presents an overview of hunting in Africa today. A comparison is given of the various hunting destinations and their comparative costs. Tanzania is the most satisfactory destination by most criteria but it is comparatively expensive, while South Africa is the cheapest, busiest (4,500 clients annually) and most accessible. Wildlife is plentiful in some country locations but is being poached mercilessly in others. Only through effective regulation will it be preserved and turned to… CONTINUE READING

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