British Fox Hunters Head to France

Michel Monot, huntmaster, begins a wild boar hunt in Burgundy with a trumpet call. i

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Michel Monot, huntmaster, begins a wild boar hunt in Burgundy with a trumpet call.

Michel Monot, huntmaster, begins a wild boar hunt in Burgundy with a trumpet call.

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Now that a ban on fox hunting has taken effect in the U.K., British aficionados seek to continue their pastime in France. Eleanor Beardsley reports.

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