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Old 05-30-2020, 02:25 PM   #11
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No animal should ever have to suffer and die because someone feels they arenít worth anything! They are gods creatures too!

Unfortunately invasive non-native species are VERY detrimental to native wildlife. Some examples include Burmese pythons, feral pigs or hogs, iguanas, Nile monitors, asian carp, outdoor cats, etc. The list is very lengthy. These animals have NO natural predators in the environment to keep their populations in check. In order to protect native wildlife, invasive species eradication programs are necessary.
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Old 05-30-2020, 05:04 PM   #12
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Unfortunately invasive non-native species are VERY detrimental to native wildlife. Some examples include Burmese pythons, feral pigs or hogs, iguanas, Nile monitors, asian carp, outdoor cats, etc. The list is very lengthy. These animals have NO natural predators in the environment to keep their populations in check. In order to protect native wildlife, invasive species eradication programs are necessary.
I actually agree with you! I just feel that if animals have to be euthanized for whatever reason then it should be done humanely.
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I actually agree with you! I just feel that if animals have to be euthanized for whatever reason then it should be done humanely.

They do typically euthanize wildlife humanely. Unfortunately some of the methods that have been used for farm animals during the pandemic are not methods that I would consider humane. Most of those animals were euthanized because the companies did not want to bother to pay for feeding them and taking care of them during temporary closures of facilities that process them.
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