Although there is only a qualified property in animals ferae naturae while they are alive, yet if they are killed, or die, there is an absolute property in the dead animal, which vests in the owner or occupier of the land or the grantee or licensee of the shooting or sporting rights, as the case may be, who may maintain a claim against anyone infringing his rights therein
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