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in the south African bush game farming is big business since private ownership of game was legalized in ninety one the number of game farms is almost tripled to an estimated ten thousand today , it's an industry now worth around one and a half billion dollars a year more than half of which comes from trophy hunting th here in Limpopo professional hunted Tony is trying to make some of that money he's got thirty minutes of daylight left to find the gold and build a beast , the card is one of the lost animals his American clients want to kill before they head home to the states and they'll pay six and a half thousand dollars handing in South Africa has many more variety of animals much different than what we have in this United States , so it's it's a much different style of hunting filling his wife Francine a just two of the estimated eight thousand six hundred trophy hunters who visit South Africa every year