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FUR-FARMING IN CANADA   141

FISHER (Ki . Pekan) America, 10,000.

RABBIT, CONEY

France, 30,000,000; Belgium, 20,000,000; Germany, 500,000; Galicia and Russia, 1,000,000; Australia, 20,000,000.

CATS

Germany, 120,000; Holland, 200,000; Russia, 300,000; other European countries, 150,000; Asia, China and Japan, 150,000; America, 80,000.

KOLINSKY

Siberia, 150,000; Manchuria, 50,000; China (weasel) 500,000; Japan (mink) 200,000.

LYNX, GRAY WILDCAT

America, 90,000; Asia, 30,000; Europe, 10,000.

WILDCAT

South America, 10,000; Asia, 40,000; Europe and Western Asia, 10,000.

MARTEN

Baum marten:

Europe, 180,000; Northern Asia, 30,000.

Stone marten:

Europe, 350,000; Northern Asia, 30,000.

SABLE AND HUDSON BAY MARTEN

America, 120,000; Siberia, 70,000; China, 20,000; Japan, 5,000.

MARMOT Asia, 4,550,000; America, 30,000.

MINK

North America, 600,000; Russia and Siberia, about 40,000; Europe, a few.

OTTER (LAND)

America, 30,000; Asia, 55,000; Southern Asia, about 1,000; South America, about 5,000; Africa, about 500; Europe, 30,000.

OPOSSUM

Australia, about 4,000,000; America, about 1,000,000.

PERSIAN AND BLACK LAMBSKINS

Central Asia, Persians 1,500,000, Broadtails 100,000; Russia and Central Asia, Astrachan 1,000,000; Crimean, 60,000; Schiras and salted skins, 200,000.


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