From the Diary of Russian Explorer Alexander Bulatovich concerning his excursion into Ethiopia: I set out, without luggage, on an elephant hunt with Dajazmatch Gerba Egziabeer in Leka. Three days later, having surrounded the elephants, the hunters with me set fire to the grass, but a stiff wind arose and spread the fire over the whole field and carried the flames toward the hunters. They saw too late the danger that was threatening them. Already there was no way out. I tried to tell them, "Why would you hunt elephants with fire? Where's the sport in that?" But would they listen to me? No. And now they're all dead from fire. Live and learn, I suppose.