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You might not agree with hunting, that's entirely your perogative, however hunting odes play a very important part in the rural economy, not only of the UK, but elsewhere. Here a press release dated 23/11/2004. What other rural undertaking can contribute so much. Tea shops, mountain biking or sailing?. You decide.
JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's environment and tourism minister said on Monday that foreign hunters had brought one billion rand ($166 million) into the country last year, underscoring the value of tourists to the economy. "We recognise the economic importance of professional hunting, with some 70,000 jobs created and directly supported by our 10,000 game farms," Marthinus van Schalkwyk said in an address to the country's Professional Hunters Association.
"The 7,000 foreign clients who travelled to South Africa to hunt last year contributed about 1 billion rand to the economy through daily rates, animals hunted and taxidermy," he said. The minister gave no comparative figures. There have been fears that the rand's huge gains against the dollar and other major currencies over the past three years have hit the tourist industry by making the country more expensive for foreigners.
Tourism is a sector which the government is keen to promote because it is labour-intensive. South Africa is burdened with a jobless rate of close to 30 percent
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Barry Williams of Cannock
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Stereoviews of Taxidermy
Taxidermy Trade Labels
Taxidermy in America
Taxidermy in America II
Taxidermy in America III
Chicago Natural History Museum
The Booth Collection
The Booth II Collection
The Booth III Collection
The Booth IV Collection
Rowland Ward Taxidermy
Peter Spicer of Leamington Spa
H T Shopland of Torquay
T.E.Gunn of Norwich
The Great Exhibition of 1851
Bass Rock Scotland
Countdown to Extinction
UK Taxidermy Price Index
Hutchinson of Derby Taxidermy
Jefferies of Carmarthen Taxidermy
Museums containing taxidermy
Victorian Taxidermy Dealers
Carl Ethan Akeley
Abraham Dee Bartlett
John James Audubon
John Gould, "The Bird Man"
The Four Elms Collection
The Four Elms Collection II
H Murray of Carnforth