Hunting in Sudan

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    Hunting in Sudan?

    Does anyone think that Sudan or the newly formed South Sudan will reopen to hunting in the near future?
     
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    Attached is an educating pdf document discussing hunting in Sudan, entitled Sudan Status of Desert Antelopes by Mohamed Elsarag Fadlalla, a Sudan Delegate of the Conservation of Sahelo-Saharan Ungulate Workshop...
     

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    Thanks for the links Jerome, I saw the first document but not the second one you posted. White-eared kob and Nubian ibex are a couple animals that really interest me. Nat Geo filmed an episode of Great Migrations in Sudan, near Ethiopia in 2008 or 2009. They say that it is the second largest mass migration of large mammals on earth, next to the Serengeti. The Great Migration series is a good watch if you are into wildlife/nature like myself.
     

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