Longest horned Markhor Hunts Down in Chitral by American

The hunter was said to have paid the official authorities $88,000 as the permit fee to hunt the Markhor under the hunting trophy programme.

Chitral wildlife range head Altaf Ali Shah said, the hunted Markhor was 10 years old and its horns were measured at 44 inches.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief conservator of wildlife Dr. Muhsin Farooq told that 80 percent of the permit fee shall be utilised for development projects of the local community, and will help in conserving the wildlife in the region.

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