Time travelling tahr

Most tahr hunters head to New Zealand, where the species was introduced in 1904. Instead, Jens Kjaer Knudsen travels to where the species has always resided: the Himalayan Mountains in Nepal. Thomas Nissen reports…

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The drive to hunt

If you want to see what a country’s like on the surface, go as a tourist. If you want to see what it is really like, go and hunt there.

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