Hunters face fines after 50 dead caribou found in Northwest Territories

Officers with the Northwest Territories department of natural resources say the remains of at least 50 caribou have been uncovered.

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Officers with the Northwest Territories department of natural resources say the remains of at least 50 caribou have been uncovered.

It’s believed they were left behind after a recent hunt.

The remains included meat suitable for food, including legs above the knee, rumps and ribs.

The caribou were found near the small community of Gameti, a popular hunting spot.

The officers are asking for the public’s help in finding the hunters who may face fines.

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