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Bakkies kills 'MONSTER' pig

2014-03-17 08:24
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Paris - Springbok and Toulon lock Bakkies Botha has tweeted a pic of a massive pig that he killed on a hunt in France.

In France, in an attempt to curb the high number of boars due to outbreaks of swine flu, road accidents and damage to crops the government has enacted a National Wild Boar Control Plan.

This authorises the hunting of boar all year round.

Botha has often posted pics of his hunting escapades, and over the weekend shot this boar, posting the pic on Twitter along with the following message:


Bakkies Botha via Twitter

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