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Posted by EllasMommie on April 18, 2003 at 13:00:02:
In Reply to: Re: Right, and we.... Reply to the Anti-Hunting statement posted by rc_racer_007 on April 18, 2003 at 12:40:22:
I have to agree with this one. Hunting may be looked down on as a sport but without what would happen?
I can give you one example. In Pennsylvania they often extend deer season because of the over population. When they do not extend it, farmers loose millions of dollars in crop. No crops no food for humans.
Some one had also made a comment on not agreeing with people who live feed their pets. Now don't you think that would put the animal more at ease when fed as it would in the wild? We used to have 4 ball pythons and if we tried to feed them frozen, pre-killed or those snake stakes, they would refuse to eat at all. They desired the thrill of the kill. (Never fed them rats though, I used to have them as pets and just couldn't feed one to another animal)
:First, hunting will never be banned. If by chance someday hunting would be banned, where we have taken so much of the animals habitat they will reproduce until they are over flowing into the cities, with not enough food. Disease will spread killing the animals, and possible many humans.