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Eagle sold for 361,000 riyals at an auction in Saudi Arabia

Riyadh,

Raziq Rizqullah Al-Hasnani, a young man from Saudi Arabia, has accidentally earned 361,000 riyals by selling his eagle at an eagle auction.

According to media outlets, the 35-year-old said that he learned the art of hunting and selling eagles from his father with his brother Abdul Raziq when he was only 6 years old.

“I have hunted and sold many eagles so far, but none of the most expensive eagles cost more than 5,000 riyals,” the young man said. When his new eagle was put up for sale at the auction on Saturday, it was sold for 361,000 riyals after a half-hour bid.

This eagle was hunted in an area called Al-Mujirama, now I will try to hunt another valuable eagle in the same area again.

Raziq Razzaqullah Al-Hasnani said that the eagle that was sold was of Shaheen type, it was 15 inches long, 16 inches wide, and weighed 1100 grams. This precious eagle was bought by a man named Saleh Al-Mutairi.

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