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by anon-ef80 Wolves, bears and other predators are pretty in pictures but living with them is quite difficult. Farmers and ranchers have been fighting those predators since before western civilization was even founded. They must have the ability to remove threats to their heards without fear of some pencil neck geek from Washington fining them into bankruptcy.
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By Larry W. Gray Sure, use a spotlight to shoot and kill mother black bears and their cubs in their dens. You're the true animal here.
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by anon-ef80 you get your info from Disney movies. News flash: Animals don't talk.
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By Larry W. Gray Maybe you should read the article. But, if you are like your hero, Trump, you are probably semi-literate as well. Maybe you could get someone to read it for you.
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By Dan Anderson anon - I hate to break it to you, but you may want to talk to your physician about your reading things which do not exist. NOBODY said anything about animals talking.
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By Dan Anderson anon - A young lad from Nigeria, if memory serves, had to take care of a number of head of cattle. Lions and other animals were going after them. He did something simple. He created a lighting system that would turn on and off, as if someone was moving around with a flashlight. When he initiated it, no more cattle were killed or harmed in any way. Your "poor farmers" can do things like that, especially in the US where there are much higher level technology to protect their farms.