Eagle Hunters Compete at Traditional Kazakh Competition.

Eagle hunters gathered at an annual contest in a northern Kazakh village over the weekend to celebrate and display their ancient discipline.

At the event, hunters, both human and avian, showed off their fox and rabbit hunting skills.

The event was held by a Kazakh foundation called Kyran, which aims to preserve the ancient tradition of bird hunting. (REUTERS)

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