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Small towns tell public employees to hunt troublesome wildlife

A lack of experienced hunters in Japan to cull wildlife that is damaging crops and rampaging in rural cities is forcing muncipalities to get creative. Some local governments are encouraging municipal workers to learn how to hunt. One rural town is providing weapons to the novice hunters.

Wild boars and monkeys top the list of badly-behaving wild animals. Click here to read more about how cities and farmers are taking control over crazed wild boars, mean monkeys, dangerous deer, and other furry critters that are looking for trouble.

(Via Lets Japan )

02:45 AM Mark Weitzman • Permalink
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