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Wildebeest Hunt

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Introduction

´╗┐Wildebeest Hunt: The wind gently flowing, the trees swaying, the grass lush green and the sweet smell of wild flowers- a perfect time to hunt. It was a spring evening when me and my cousins were on our way to the ?Hawaan Forest? for hunting the new specie of wildebeest. Wildebeests are more like reindeers with large horns and more fur around their necks but their face looks more like a horse. They usually become the prey for lions and we, humans, hunt them down for their skin and fur. Their horns are also very useful for ornaments. ...read more.

Middle

We advanced into the jungle; the bushes were thick giving a creepy look. We kept on moving until a point came where the forest was split into two parts. Kendall instructed us to split-up, and three people to go on right and three on the left. Me, Kendall and Logan went on the right part of the forest. I was afraid of snakes and spiders so I stayed in the middle where I felt safe. We walked for long till we all met around a large tree. There were weird sounds coming from behind the tree. ...read more.

Conclusion

It was a wildebeest but there was something. It was not able to walk properly. It was helpless and so there was no use for his survival. He would just become a prey for other creatures in the wild. We all surrounded it slowly and I made the first move. I fired, targeting its neck, and then soon everyone fired at the same time. I felt bad and sympathetic for the poor creature but on the other hand it was fun. Hunting was my passion and finally I hunted down one creature. Additionally, I also explored that there was an entire community of the wildebeests in the middle of the Hawaan Forest around a lake. ...read more.

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