1990/03/01 Elhuyar Zientzia Iturria: Elhuyar aldizkaria
Amsterdam is one of the most isolated islands in Antarctica. There will be a very curious hunt. A single hunter will kill 1,000 units of a single type of prey. The dam is a necessity.
Currently, the island of Amsterdam is home to about 2,000 accidents. The cows are descendants of the 5 heads left in 1871 by a farmer named Heurtain. Without natural enemies or control, these heads have grown enormously and have become a danger to the island's ecosystem.
In addition to eating the few bushes that grow on the island, the Calamares endanger the reproduction of the albatross of Amsterdam. There are only about 60 specimens of this type of albatross that need a great loneliness and peace to reproduce.
Through a barrier the island will be divided by two, separating the breeding area from the albatross and emergencies. Next, about 1,000 distressing deaths will be an acceptable figure for the population.