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South African photographer David Chancellor (David Chancellor) takes the people who paid for the opportunity to kill a lion, a giraffe, an elephant, or other representative of a large African fauna, but who choose to remain anonymous.
The Lion, the male - from $ 19000
By CITES estimated that in the period 2000-2009 in South Africa in 2650 captured the lions were exported, more than 250 a year. Kill lioness is two times cheaper than the lion - no more than $ 10,000 per head.
Giraffe - from $ 3700
The giraffe shoot high capacity cartridge .458 Winchester Magnum, aiming for the head or the heart. Giraffe's heart more than any other land animal, including elephants, - because of the long neck, according to which it is necessary to drive the blood.
Zebra - from $ 1,200
In Africa, three species of zebras, of which hunting is possible on a single do not die - Sava. Besides hunting rifles organizers offer a choice of a bow, crossbow or gun.
Wildebeest - from $ 900
As a result of forty years of continuous observations of the population of the wildebeest in the Serengeti, it became known that the main cause of death antelope - no predators, and hunger. From him killed 75% of the animals.
Bontebok - from $ 2,500
A subspecies of antelope Blesboka, preserved only in the Cape Town area, fenced reserves and national parks, the number of about 1,500.
Leopard - from $ 14000
Leopards live in 75 countries from South Africa to North and from Georgia to Indonesia, but legally they can only be killed in some African countries. In Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuwait were the leopards, but extinct.
African bush elephant - from $ 22000
In April, 74-year-old King of Spain Juan Carlos broke his hip during an elephant hunt in Botswana. Once the circumstances of the injury became known, he had to resign as honorary president of the local branch of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Blesbok - from $ 500
This type of antelope was introduced to hunting grounds in different countries, in particular, they are hunted in Texas. In their homeland, South Africa, there is still no hunting season for them, nor license - only need permission of the land owner.