Watch pig hunters in the 1940s removing snouts and tails from pigs they have shot. Worried by a population explosion of wild pigs, in 1925 the government introduced a bounty scheme in which ‘one shilling or three rounds of ammunition’ would be paid for a snout and tail.
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Reference: Weekly Review No. 366. National Film Unit, 1948
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