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Now does it impact nature? Why yes it does.You can see the results of the mass dying of both Elk and Deer last year out west.Come to find out they were diseased.
Now lets look at hunting,I have never walked into someone that hunts home and seen any sick,weak,undersized and just plain stupid animal heads on their wall. Wonder why? Oh yeah,those aren't impressive enough. So hunters are doing just the opposite of being a good conservationist.They are LEAVING the sick,weak,dumb and undersized animals to live and breed with a better food source that they don't have to compete for so much.
The problem I have is the whiners who complain about hunters, but have no problem eating a hamburger. The conditions most of our farmed meat lives in is deplorable. Yet all these folks crying over dead animals eat these animals. The hypocrisy is hilarious. Oh I'm a monster because I kill Bambi's mom, but eating a steak is fine. What a joke.
originally posted by: _damon
a reply to: lambs to lions
Wait until an alien race decide that we are a nuisance to them.. Your logic is so flawed its sickening.
originally posted by: optimus primal
a reply to: Fylgje
A Case History of Wolf-Human Encounters in Alaska and Canada , by Mark McNay, documents 80 cases of wolf-human interactions (aggressive and nonaggressive) that have occurred in the past 60 years: 36 in Alaska, 41 in Canada and 3 in Minnesota. Of the 80 cases described, none was fatal, and only 25 involved unprovoked aggression by healthy wolves (of these 25 cases, only 13 involved injury to humans). The other 55 cases consisted of interactions where wolves acted in self-defense (14), were known or suspected to have rabies (12) or showed interest but no aggression (29).
Wolves are a noble creature. They are not dangerous unless sick or encroached upon (I.E. going into their den, backing them into a corner, attacking them).
Quite frankly we've decimated the wolf population worldwide because most people misunderstand them.
a reply to: the2ofusr1
I am sure the animal rights groups are going to do a bunch of screaming . Cant say that I blame them though - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...
originally posted by: lambs to lions
a reply to: the2ofusr1
Not to mention the human deaths relating to deer and other mammals causing thousands more auto accidents and the like.