A chocolate springbok for R2.4-million or a white-flanked impala for R1.2-million? Breeding colour variants of indigenous buck is big business for industry and proving to be highly lucrative compared to traditional game farming. Auctioned for tens of millions, the increasing availability of colour-variant game seems to indicate a growing market for unusual wildlife. Could selective breeding practices be detrimental to sensitive ecosystems, biodiversity and conservation as a whole? Carte Blanche

 

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