In a win for Taiwan’s indigenous people, wild animals may be caught as food for the hunters and their families or for sharing with others.
The News Lens
By: Central News Agency
Once wild animals are not caught for the purpose of making a profit, it is not illegal for indigenous people to hunt them, the Council of Agriculture and the Council of Indigenous Peoples said in their interpretation of the law.
Wild animals may be caught as food for the hunters and their families or for sharing with others, in accordance with the traditional culture of the indigenous people, the two agencies said. [FULL STORY]