Decimation of Borneo’s ancient rainforests threatens hunters and hunted

14 Sep 2021
Wild pig
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For more than 40,000 years, Indigenous communities in Borneo have hunted and eaten bearded pigs – huge, nomadic animals that roam the island in Southeast Asia. These 100kg creatures are central to the livelihood and culture of some Bornean peoples – in fact, some hunters rarely talk of anything else.

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