How do game reserves use hunting to save their animals?



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    They claim that the 200 million animals that are killed every year is to save overpopulated animals from starvation. To do this, they breed the animals to ensure there is more than enough, and then kill the biggest, healthiest ones, leaving the weak and starving animals to die. They use words like “wildlife management” and “conservation” but what we find is that we are inflicting much stress on the environment and animals. Noise, fear, trash, recreational vehicles, and other effects of hunting disrupt migration, hibernation, ability to adequately store fat and energy, and live peacefully. Take for examples wolves, who live in close-knit packs. They experience great devastation when hunters come around.

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