Hunting The South Pacific Part One
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Ken Wilson is the first hunter into the eastern portion of Aboriginal Arnhem Land. Ken's professional hunter for the entire safari is Murray Thomas of Murray Thomas Safaris and the author of "South Pacific Trophy Hunter."

The first trophy hunted is the Asian Water Buffalo which is the size and color of a Cape Buffalo but with a different horn configuration which, for many, make it a more impressive trophy than the African species.

From Arnhem Land, Ken and Murray fly to the Cobourg Peninsula, northeast of Darwin, for the hunting of Banteng which is an elusive wild ox.

The next stop is the island of New Caledonia, about 800 miles off the east coast of Australia and home to about 200,000 Rusa Deer.

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