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Hunting Essay

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Hunting Essay Introduction In this essay I am going to write about arguments for and against hunting. In class we watched video tapes from the "Pro Hunting People" and "League Against Cruel Sports". ...read more.

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If hunting was stopped then a lot of businesses would be affected. E.g. Hotels, Saddlers etc... Also, if deer were left to breed and not be hunted, then they would go onto farms and the farmers would kill them inhumanely. ...read more.

Conclusion

There was one incident where a deer was so scared that it jumped onto a roof in a village public house. The owners of the public house refused to allow the hunt to shoot it, it was later rescued by an animal rescue society. ...read more.

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