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Hunters in Congo often use nets to trap animals. After a net is raised across a section of forest, people drive animals toward the net where waiting hunters kill them with bows and arrows. The animals most often caught are pigs, small animals and forest antelopes called duikers.
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Hunters in Congo often use nets to trap animals. After a net is raised across a section of forest, people drive animals toward the net where waiting hunters kill them with bows and arrows. The animals most often caught are pigs, small animals and forest antelopes called duikers.

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