But, those who spent a long time among the Huns soon sang their praises, because they considered them a very hospitable people," she added.
"The Huns also had settlements where they only stayed temporarily, but they had permanent trade centres and manufacturing towns, since they needed places where they could construct items both for weapons and military use as well as for their everyday lives," she added.
Obrusanszky turned next to the subject of Attila, King of the Huns.
Obrusanszky explained that these recent discoveries and ongoing studies in China, Mongolia and Hungary, as well as other countries, are likely to change perceptions of the Huns and their historical achievements.
An extremely adaptable bird, the Hun can survive in areas where intensive farming has driven out the ringneck pheasant.
The Hun often refuses to hold as tightly to a dog's point as the bobwhite quail, and for this reason a close-working dog that seldom strays farther than thirty yards from the gun is the way to go.
Like the bobwhite, the Hun is quite noisy when flushed, but it makes more of a whistling sound as its wings thrash the air.
In a statement yesterday, Global Witness's co-founder Patrick Alley stood by the report, noting it was based on official information, which members of the Hun
family 'presumably provided to the government'.