Forest Cameras Film Wild Boars & People

Swedish mushroom and wild-berry pickers may be under unsuspected surveillance - filmed by some of the thousands of illegally-placed cameras in the Swedish forests.

Local authorities claim that few or none of the cameras placed out in the woods by hunters to help track wild boar and moose or European elk have been registered.

They add that a camera placed among the trees comes under the same strict regulations as those placed in city streets or squares - and require the same 500 US dollar fee.

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