Kyrgyzstan wildlife bounces back after hunting moratorium

Conservationists say animal numbers are increasing after government imposed a strict moratorium on hunting.

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    The mountains of central Asia are home to some of the largest variety of wild animals, including snow leopards.

    Conservationists say their numbers are increasing again after Kyrgyzstan’s government imposed a strict moratorium on hunting.

    Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Issyk-Kul in northeast Kyrgyzstan.


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