A Glimpse into the Life of a Hunter – Part 2



  • 1 hunter busted his knee. He’s recovering fine.
  • 2 hunters were admitted to the hospital with serious injuries sustained. One expedition was canceled entirely due to this.
  • In other news, 3 weeks ago one of Yusof’s friends (a hunter in Malaysia) died in the jungle, poisoned by drinking water that was contaminated with a rat-carried parasite.
  • And a few months ago, another one of his friends fell off a cliff and died. He remains in an impenetrable thicket, because his friends were unable to reach the corpse.

Its about time more people started “doing things right”, won’t you agree?
Sadly, the big bosses’ greed is too strong a driving force in this industry, and its the poor that suffer because of it.

2 Comments Add yours
    1. I am personally not very happy with the quality of plantation/farm oud at the moment. On the other hand, a ‘farm apple’ has no inferiority in comparison to wild apples.

      Since wild oud is almost gone now, there is no incentive for an industry-wide implementation of better standards. I do try to do my part, but I’m just one guy.

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