Hunters Take Aim on Swedish Moose

The moose hunting season begins today in southern Sweden.

Around 200,000 hunters have been given the job of shooting 80,000 animals.

But the aim is to increase the general population in the country with critics saying some areas don’t have any moose left at all.

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