At the Cabinet meeting last week, foreign hunters were permitted to hunt 120 wild goats, five red deers, 150 Mongolian antelopes, fourty grey wolves, fourty roe deers, twenty wild pigs and up to 400 birds. It also allowed to hunt two brown bears and up to four leopards this year. A survey conducted in 2009 and 2010 estimate that the country has 17,9 thousand wild sheep, 24.4 thousand mountain goats, over 10 thousand red deer, nearly 12 thousand black-tailed gazelle, 5,6 million Mongolian antelope, over 1,200 leopards and over 6 thousand saker falsons.
What do you think? Should the snow leopard hunt have gone on, or as an endangered species, should it not have been considered in the first place?