posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 09:18 AM
As with most of the threads I start, I am not sure if I am in the right area with this or not. I appologize if not.
Well, hunting season is yet again upon us. All the people who live for this time of year are gearing up to go and shoot the animal of their choice.
But I had to wonder, is it needed that we regulate the population of animals?
First off, who are we to say how much of what animal exsists? What is our mental attribute that calculates how many crow or deer are needed per
Also, I would have to assume that the popluation of the planet was doing just fine with its own population control before we came along. The young
and sick were fair game for the predators whose job it was to keep that particular population trimmed.
Is there any sort of logic for us, as humans, to determin the population of animals? Or have we fallen in love with our own omnipotence?
On top of all that... What/who regulates OUR population on this planet?