Any person commits an offence if he sets in position a self-locking snare which is of such a nature and so placed as to be calculated to cause bodily injury to any wild animal coming into contact with it1; or if he uses for the purpose of killing or taking any wild animal any self-locking snare (whether or not of such a nature, or so placed, as stated above)
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