African Hunting Holiday
|African Hunting Holiday|
|Written by||Louis Theroux|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Preceded by||Louis Theroux: Behind Bars|
|Followed by||Law and Disorder in Philadelphia|
Theroux journeys to Limpopo Province, South Africa to join the foreign holidaymakers who flock there to hunt big game in so-called "canned" safaris where animals are purpose bred to be hunted in enclosures, including controversial animals such as lions. The documentary features not only the hunters but also the individuals who run the safaris, and the effects they have on the numbers of certain species in these areas.
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