27 June 2021, Lastoursville, Bembicani Village, Gabon - A young boy sells a duiker and a larger antelope that were shot by his father. A CIRAD/SWM intelligence gathering agent compiles regular numbers for the number of animals taken from the forest. This helps to establish just how much bushmeat is being taken from the forest and whether that can be sustainable. Gabon has a large land mass with many intact forests and a small population of just over 1 million people. This means that the forest can sustain that much more from hunters.