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A Saudi prince has poached over 2,100 internationally protected houbara bustards in 21-day hunting safari in Chagai, Balochistan, during which the royal also indulged in illegal hunting in protected areas, says a report.
The Houbara Bustard is widely prized in Arabia as a quarry for falconers, particularly because its meat is valued an aphrodisiac
originally posted by: dfens
a reply to: Danbones
It may count if they were doing it for sport. I suspect that they were merely managing the land.
They said that hunting of the internationally protected bird was banned in Pakistan also, but the federal government issued special permits to Gulf states’ royals.
originally posted by: doompornjunkie
a reply to: SLAYER69
Easier said than done. 72 virgins would require an excessive amount of little blue pills.