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In Russia, hunting animals have risen in price
In Russia, the cost of wild animals has increased. The Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia reassessed all the hunting resources of the country. In total, they went up by 400 times compared to the 2017 year. Most of all, elk and roe deer jumped in price.
Как RBC reports, according to new estimates, the total value of 21 type of hunting animals amounted to 267 billion rubles. Moose costs 88 billion rubles, 46,7 billion - roe deer, wild server deer are estimated at 28,7 billion rubles, sable - at 15,6 billion.
What caused the rise in price is still unknown. The agency reassessed not only hunting, but also wood resources. The value of all forests in Russia amounted to almost nine trillion rubles, against 5,5 trillion 2017 of the year. Larch and pine became the most expensive; their reserves are valued at 2,1 and 1,9 trillion rubles, respectively.