Same with cows in Europe, people ate them, but to kill one you had to offer it to gods first. People in India brought it to extreme, making them untouchable.
Though bears were still hunted in Finland. It's just that their spirit and remains were treated with great respect.
that's bit of an overstatement.
with that you can evict anyone.
Yeah, google translate doesn't really work well with Finnish.
Well, of course! Finnish people do not harm living beings. Only Russians.
Not sure about that. The man relented to give the bear ham after he had scared it.
It gets the broom either way.