African Wildlife, by Franz A. Roedelberger and Vera I. Groschoff. English Version by Nieter O'Leary and Pamela Paulet. Constable, 45s

John Hillaby
1965 Oryx  
Book Reviews 123 have been able to observe over a period of years how these animals prey on the moose population and keep it within reasonable numbers for the range. One-track-mindedness still allows the wolf to be hunted in Alaska by airplane, but now only on licence as a sporting amusement. It is quite horrible than an animal should be chased relentlessly in all its doublings to and fro until it surrenders with the gesture of rolling over on its back. That is when the sportsman shoots it. In
more » ... ther words, when a fellow puts up his hands, that is the moment to shoot him. Cattle and wolves do not go together, but why wolves must continue to be killed where there are no domesticated stock is a mystery of human psychology. F. FRASER DARLING. African Wildlife, by Franz A. Roedelberger and Vera I. Croschoff. English Version by Nieter O'Leary and Pamela Pauler. Constable, 45s.
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