29 June 2021, Doume Village, close to Lastoursville, Gabon - Two bushmeat hunter listen to forest elephant very close by as the hunters search for antelope and porcupine in the forest close to Doume. They are seen using their shotgun to imitate the sound of elephants trumpeting. The hunters are in an area with many elephants and in order to avoid danger, they announce their presene this way. Forest elephants are dangerous due to heavy poaching and most bushmeat hunters try to avoid them. Their village survives on fishing and bushmeat. Gabon has a sustainable bushmeat culture, largely because of its small population and large protected habitats.