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Pakistan is making money from rare Markhor by allowing hunting of a rare wild life species.

. Current Affairs Digest by Dr Safdar Mahmood

According to the Gilgit-Baltistan wildlife department, Bryan Kinsel Harlan successfully hunted a flared-horned markhor from Sassi-Harmosh community conservation area. The hunter had paid a record 110,000 US dollar as permit fee for hunting of the rare wildlife species in the region.

He is the third American citizen on Monday hunted the highest-priced markhor during the current hunting season in Sassi village of Gilgit.

This is the highest permit fee ever offered in the country.

The foreign hunter managed to hunt a 41-inch markhor trophy, which is considered a good-sized trophy.

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On Jan 21, another US citizen Dianda Christopher Anthony had hunted the highest-rated Astore Markhor after paying 105,000 US dollars.

On Jan 16, yet another American, John Amistoso, had hunted the Astore Markhor in the community-controlled Bunji area of Gilgit, paying the 100,000 US dollars permit fee.

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