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Hunting is a main threat for wildlife conservation in Central Africa, but remains an essential component of local people's livelihoods. Research suggests that hunters engage in hunting in different ways, especially according to various technical means, which might potentially have differentiated impacts on wildlife. Using quantitative data collected over a 12 months period, we analyse different hunter's profiles among the Baka of Southeastern Cameroon, and compare socio-economic and huntingdoi:10.14989/225259 fatcat:2r2n4vyjizfofkx3sima4jilgi