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写真 | 2015年 06月 12日 03:35 JST

Hunting Africa

Francois Cloete poses in front of an Impala that he shot at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. Africa's big game hunting industry helps protect endangered species, according to its advocates. Opponents say it threatens wildlife. Now a mooted change in regulations in the United States could affect the number of foreigners who come to Africa to hunt big game, damaging the industry and possibly hurting wildlife.  REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Francois Cloete poses in front of an Impala that he shot at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in the North West Provinmore

Francois Cloete poses in front of an Impala that he shot at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. Africa's big game hunting industry helps protect endangered species, according to its advocates. Opponents say it threatens wildlife. Now a mooted change in regulations in the United States could affect the number of foreigners who come to Africa to hunt big game, damaging the industry and possibly hurting wildlife. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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Francois Cloete carries a hunting rifle as he hunts at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. Though impala were the most popular game, with 5,700 shot, lions brought in the highest revenue at $9.9 million.   REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Francois Cloete carries a hunting rifle as he hunts at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in the North West Province, Jmore

Francois Cloete carries a hunting rifle as he hunts at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. Though impala were the most popular game, with 5,700 shot, lions brought in the highest revenue at $9.9 million. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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Animal trophies are seen at the entrance of a taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12, 2015. In 2013, foreign hunters spent about $91 million in South Africa, 32 percent more than the previous year, Department of Environmental Affairs statistics show. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Animal trophies are seen at the entrance of a taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12, 2015. In 2013, foreigmore

Animal trophies are seen at the entrance of a taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12, 2015. In 2013, foreign hunters spent about $91 million in South Africa, 32 percent more than the previous year, Department of Environmental Affairs statistics show. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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Francois Cloete poses in front of an Impala that he shot at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. An entry level two-week shooting safari targeting about five plains game costs about $10,000, according to Adri Kitshoff, chief executive of the Professional Hunters' Association.  REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Francois Cloete poses in front of an Impala that he shot at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in the North West Provinmore

Francois Cloete poses in front of an Impala that he shot at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. An entry level two-week shooting safari targeting about five plains game costs about $10,000, according to Adri Kitshoff, chief executive of the Professional Hunters' Association. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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Stan Burger (L) walks while holding a hunting rifle as Francois Cloete (C) is helped by Lucky to carry an Impala that was shot by Francois during their hunting trip at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. Wildlife Ranching of South Africa estimates the sport employs 100,000 in a nation where one in four is without a job. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Stan Burger (L) walks while holding a hunting rifle as Francois Cloete (C) is helped by Lucky to carry an Impamore

Stan Burger (L) walks while holding a hunting rifle as Francois Cloete (C) is helped by Lucky to carry an Impala that was shot by Francois during their hunting trip at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. Wildlife Ranching of South Africa estimates the sport employs 100,000 in a nation where one in four is without a job. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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A trophy of a wild animal is seen at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12, 2015. Americans make up the bulk of non-African hunters: 15,000 go to the continent on hunting safaris each year and the vast majority want to take trophies of their kills home. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

A trophy of a wild animal is seen at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12, 2015. Americans make up thmore

A trophy of a wild animal is seen at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12, 2015. Americans make up the bulk of non-African hunters: 15,000 go to the continent on hunting safaris each year and the vast majority want to take trophies of their kills home. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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Professional hunter CEO of PHASA (Professional hunters association of South Africa), Adri Kitshoff, takes aim during a hunt for game at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Professional hunter CEO of PHASA (Professional hunters association of South Africa), Adri Kitshoff, takes aim more

Professional hunter CEO of PHASA (Professional hunters association of South Africa), Adri Kitshoff, takes aim during a hunt for game at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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The head of an Impala, that was shot during a hunting trip, is cleaned at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

The head of an Impala, that was shot during a hunting trip, is cleaned at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster,more

The head of an Impala, that was shot during a hunting trip, is cleaned at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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Professional hunter, Tavi Fragoso (R), speaks on a two-way radio as he is followed by Adri Kitshoff, CEO of PHASA (Professional hunters association of South Africa), as they hunt for game at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Professional hunter, Tavi Fragoso (R), speaks on a two-way radio as he is followed by Adri Kitshoff, CEO of PHmore

Professional hunter, Tavi Fragoso (R), speaks on a two-way radio as he is followed by Adri Kitshoff, CEO of PHASA (Professional hunters association of South Africa), as they hunt for game at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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Workers prepare animal skins in front of animal trophies at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria,February 12, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Workers prepare animal skins in front of animal trophies at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria,February 12, 2015more

Workers prepare animal skins in front of animal trophies at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria,February 12, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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Professional hunters react during a hunt for game at the Lwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015.  REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Professional hunters react during a hunt for game at the Lwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster, in the North West Prmore

Professional hunters react during a hunt for game at the Lwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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Stan Burger, owner of the Iwamanzi Game Reserve, loads his rifle before hunting in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015.  REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Stan Burger, owner of the Iwamanzi Game Reserve, loads his rifle before hunting in Koster, in the North West Pmore

Stan Burger, owner of the Iwamanzi Game Reserve, loads his rifle before hunting in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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A worker prepares a trophy of wild animals at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12 2015. 
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A worker prepares a trophy of wild animals at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12 2015. REUTERS/Sipmore

A worker prepares a trophy of wild animals at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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A trophy of a wild animal is seen at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

A trophy of a wild animal is seen at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibemore

A trophy of a wild animal is seen at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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Professional hunters look through their binoculars during a hunt for game at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Professional hunters look through their binoculars during a hunt for game at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in Kostmore

Professional hunters look through their binoculars during a hunt for game at the Iwamanzi Game Reserve in Koster, in the North West Province, June 6, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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A worker prepares a trophy of a wildebeest at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

A worker prepares a trophy of a wildebeest at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12 2015. REUTERS/Siphmore

A worker prepares a trophy of a wildebeest at the taxidermy studio in Pretoria, February 12 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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