Hunting for a Solution:Tozhu Wild Animal Resources Threatened by Poaching and Industrial Development

Type de publication  Web Article
Auteur(s)  Donahoe, B.
Type de document électronique  

Article. Cultural Survival, 27 (1)

Année  2003

In early March 2000 the two-family herding camp of Viktor Sambuu and Roman Baraan boiled their final scraps of sinewy reindeer meat. The reindeer’s untimely slaughter, forced by a cracked vertebra, was a mixed blessing: The camp desperately needed the meat, but the Tozhu people of the Tozhu District in the northeastern Republic of Tyva were loath to slaughter one, even times of dire need.