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Game branche


Included in the concept of game are animals that inhabit open game reserves in which they may be hunted in accordance with legislation. The hunting season depends on the animal species.

These pieces of legislation are established within each country; although they exhibit many similarities, there are major differences between them as well. Whilst one country forbids the hunting of a certain species, its neighbouring country may permit it. Trade is then generally permitted provided that the country of origin can be proven.

In addition to wild game, some animal species are also raised for their meat. These animals are raised within enclosures that usually closely mimic the species’ natural habitat.