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And even for gray wolves, that hasn't been easy: Some people don't want them, and others still hunt wolves outside park boundaries in Yellowstone and in Alaska.
Xavier and Gonzaga, a perennial contender, are still hunting their first titles.
Some bears were simply trying to still hunt; others were trying to stalk seals.
The team is still hunting for a proven goal scorer and hopes to close in on a target as early as this week, but nothing is certain.
Why was leading scorer Devin Watson, still hunting a point with under 8 minutes to play and a minus-17 on the statistic that measures overall game impact, gobbling up so much time down the stretch?
Norway refused to sign on to the moratorium and still hunts whales.
When the quotas are reached, community hunters may still hunt under the spike-fork, four-brow-tine or over-50-inch rules.
Indigenous groups still hunt whales for their meat and oils, which are eaten and used in homemade remedies.
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