TOURISM - Cull of the wild

  • 2008-06-04
  • By Chris Brown
TALLINN - While much of the tourist trade is struggling in the current recession, there is one business that is growing in Estonia 's wandering around the forest and enjoying the wildlife by killing it.In the West hunters are having a rough time with the moral debate and the anti-hunt brigade. Anti-hunting activists, however, have yet to set up shop in Estonia. Another issue is that there is nothing left to hunt.  In Britain or Germany there are no bears, boars, reindeer, moose, or lynx. The last British wild wolf died out five centuries ago. Estonia still contains abundant untouch...
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