'Ram him between the eyes.'
this is the sound of the inviting scolding from one of the two hunters, who shoot and kill a hanelefant in the video above.
Both of the hunters, pressing the trigger, hanelefanten falls on, while the rest of the pack to panic. But few seconds after, the otherwise foolhardy hunters feel compelled to turn on a dime and run away from the furious flock.
According to South africa's biggest media News24, who was the first to bring the video, found the event taking place in Nakabolelwa Conservancy in eastern Namibia. Allegedly took episode place for between three and four years ago.
- I have no idea why the video is only coming forward now, says the professional hunter Corne Kruger, who is resident in Namibia, and he explains that the hunting of elephants in the country, both are 'legal and sustainable.'
Several namibian companies in Namibia offers hunting-safaris for tourists. There is a hunting season from march until the end of October.
even Though it does not require that tourist hunters have a hunting license, they are guided by professional hunters.
This requires that you have permission from the authorities, otherwise it is called poaching.