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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 7/16/2002 7:44:32 AM EST
I'm reading a book on the history of professional hunters in Africa, mostly east Africa. This is where [url=www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?id=132316]Part I[/url] came from. I just ran across another bit that made me stop for a second. The professional hunter involved, John Alexander, had taken Dian Fossey, the mountain gorilla lady, on a safari in 1963 and she came back a year later for another. "Alexander agreed to take Fossey on another safari, this time through Uganda and into the Congo to the Albert national park (now the Muhuavura national park). In neighboring Rwanda over this period, two tribes, the WaTutsi and the BaHutu, were killing each other in the thousands; the first years of genocide were barely reported to the international press."
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