posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 03:24 PM
Not really sure what to think of this, other than it will likely create quite a bit of controversy, uproar, and I suspect attention
, which I
assume is the REASON behind such a stunt.
I'm sure there will be arguments on both sides of the fence of this---There will be those that say we are already slaughtering other creatures such as
cows and lambs, etc., so what's the difference of adding a 'predatory' species to the mix?
Then there will be others who will point out that this could potentially give rise to the increased barbaric slaughter of these magestic creatures,
and create a decimation of their population and numbers...
This is kind of gross and horrific to me in a sense, like the stories one hears of dogs and cats being used as food in certain cultures, although I
suppose that takes on a certain additional aspect of these animals being adopted as 'pets' to our culture.
Either way, this topic will, I'm sure, be the subject of heated debate in the coming times...
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edit on 22-1-2011 by DimensionalDetective because: fix url link