WHS inscribed on natural criteria where local inhabitants are allowed to hunt and kill significant protected species as part of their "way of life"
|Aasivissuit - Nipisat|
|Banc d'Arguin||fishing techniques involving collaboration with wild dolphines practiced by the Amrig|
|Dja Faunal Reserve||"A population of pygmies live within the reserve in small sporadic encampments, and are free to hunt within the reserve using traditional methods." (AB)|
|Gunung Mulu||"Local Penans retain traditional hunting rights within the park." (AB ev)|
|Ilulissat Icefjord||Narwal, Musk Ox, Seals, birds etc. (No motorised support allowed)|
|Kaeng Krachan Forest||Karen Communities is permitted to reasonable hunt in NP|
|Lena Pillars||Sable hunting "Members of ancestral farms annually bag 600-800 sable skins". (nom file)|
|Ngorongoro||Ritual lion hunting (Ala-mayo) was banned in the 1970s but Masai are allowed to kill lions in retaliation against wildlife attacks|
|Olympic National Park||Whaling|
|Pimachiowin Aki||Traditional use by Anishinaabeg, including sustainable fishing, hunting and trapping, is also an integral part of the boreal ecosystems in Pimachiowin Aki.|
|Shirakami-Sanchi||Bear Hunting by "Matagi"|
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