When Was Fox Hunting Invented?

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Fox hunting is an activity that involves the tracking, chasing and sometimes killing of a fox, traditionally a red fox. The activity was invented in 1534 in Norfolk, England where farmers began chasing foxes down with their dogs for the purpose of pest control.
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