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December 02, 2012
A beater holds dead pheasants after a hunt in Lewknor, southern England November 22, 2012. Pheasant shooting...
LEWKNOR, United Kingdom
A beater holds dead pheasants after a hunt in Lewknor, southern England
A beater holds dead pheasants after a hunt in Lewknor, southern England November 22, 2012. Pheasant shooting has been a major historical activity in Great Britain since the 11th century when they were shot with a bow and arrow. Around the start of the 16th century, firearms arrived in Britain and history shows us that Henry VIII was an enthusiast. These days they are shot in flight using shotguns and are found and brought back by retriever dogs. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
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