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Published on May 7, 2008
Juan Kunchikuy, a hunter-turned-naturalist at the Yachana Lodge in Ecuador, uses his blowgun to spear a papaya on the head of New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof. The blowgun has a range of up to 150 feet. "It's better than a shotgun, because it's silent," Mr. Kunchikuy explained. "You can shoot repeatedly if you miss the first time."
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