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A sporting life in Africa

Those who want an end to all sport hunting, together with meat and dairy production, should study Africa’s wild places. When we settled on a patch of wilderness north of Mount Kenya 17 years ago, we pitched a tent in a beautiful spot and wondered why we felt so at home. I swiftly realised our landscape was anything but virgin — it was busy with ancient signs of humans

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