Many years ago, the early Dutch and Spanish explorers would make future travels easier by leaving a few animals and planting a few trees in foreign countries and knowing that in a year or two when they would return, there would be food available.
On the southern coastline of New Guinea, the Dutch released Rusa Deer and they're still here today.
The lodge on the banks of Bensbach River was originally set up for hunters and they would come and shoot things, like Deer, Crocodiles, Pigs and Birds. Oh and big fish. You can still catch the fish and we did, but if you want a feed of Venison, then you have to ask the locals and two boys on their bicycles will head off and come back with a leg for the oven.