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#8 - immune to u (03/02/2013) [-]
For all of you that are uneducated about wolves in the midwest, they are desroying the wildife. Elk populations are drastically decreasing and they are dominating all other predators. They are not indigenous to the area. They were introduced there by humans because of increased elk populations due to lack of hunting because of protest from groups like PETA. Now the elk populations are down and wolf populations are through the roof. In case you didn't know, the wolves take and wait for a pregnant elk to start giving birth before they attack it. They then eat the calf as the mother is giving birth to it only after disabling the mothers hind legs. The mother elk is then eaten alive from the rear quarters forward, dying a slow painful death. So yea, if you think what he did to wolves is inhumane, just remember what the wolves do to the area.
#14 to #8 - 4chan refugee (03/03/2013) [-]
lol ur a fag arnt you? We "Humans" are Destroying wildlife
User avatar #33 to #14 - tigersstripes (03/03/2013) [-]
also, the wolves at least use it, they eat it to keep themselves alive. did this guy need to hunt? no, really no one NEEDS to hunt (not bashing hunters or anything) but if you do get a animal you can do something with, not just a animal that shows how awesome you are (for sneaking it away with an unfair advantage, how cool are you) and you won't eat or use anything but the head and pelt. he probably DID leave the meat to rot, anyway.
User avatar #13 to #8 - monkeysniper ONLINE (03/03/2013) [-]
******** , wolves are not "destroying wildlife" they are a ******* part of nature, they are part of the balance, a balance some asshole hunters could care less for, and for you example, when the populations are like that the wolves will run low on food and some will die a slow starving death. Then the elk population will recover and the populations will fall into pattern. And what does murdering a mother wolf have to do with helping nature? not. a. ******* . thing.
#23 to #13 - 4chan refugee (03/03/2013) [-]
> I know nothing about wildlife conservation and will endlessly spout my uneducated openions on the internet.

Read a ******* book PETA faggot, there are reasons why hunting sessions exist.
User avatar #24 to #23 - monkeysniper ONLINE (03/03/2013) [-]
I'm on your side dumbass, I know why there are hunting seasons, still no reason to do that to a mother wolf like that
#10 to #8 - rakoom (03/02/2013) [-]
I feel like I really should point out how this wolf was drawn out of the protection of Yellowstone Park. This would mean that not only was it within lawful boundaries that were put up to PREVENT culling of their numbers since it wasn't necessary, but the guy was a big enough cunt to decide to go there instead of going somewhere where it was legal to kill wolves as they were in high enough numbers elsewhere?

Rules aren't just rules to be rules y'know. They're for keeping some places as sanctuaries and preventing us from going out on free-for-all's.

Oh and I see your argument, but would it apply to this event with this guy?
#128 to #10 - immune to u (03/03/2013) [-]
There are TONS of wolves out there. One is not going to make a difference. It was killed on legal property. He is within the law. The wolf moved out of a protected area. The wolf doesn't know that, but the hunter does, and he was within the law. Adapt and overcome.
#131 to #128 - rakoom (03/03/2013) [-]
Oh but the problem here was never that it was an impractical situation where he bended the law or anything of the sort. The problem lays within the ethical borders and boundaries. Regardless of the fact that the wolf would be a 'lesser being', the hunter was a cunt by the way he used cowardly tactics, playing on a mother's nature of saving a child. The problem arises when people can see past the whole 'but its just a wolf' and think of it as a being. THAT is why people rage, because people like these give hunters a bad name and reputation by doing such despicable things, regardless of WHAT it was used upon.
#22 to #10 - russlenavy (03/03/2013) [-]
Yes, the wolf was drawn out of Yellowstone. Apparently this happened a lot in 2012. Wyoming opened a wolf season, wolves got killed when they walked across the Yellowstone boundary.
Such is life.
People need to be angry at the state for allowing it, not the hunter who legally hunted and killed the wolf.
#132 to #22 - rakoom (03/03/2013) [-]
Oh but the problem here was never that it was an impractical situation where he bended the law or anything of the sort. The problem lays within the ethical borders and boundaries. Regardless of the fact that the wolf would be a 'lesser being', the hunter was a cunt by the way he used cowardly tactics, playing on a mother's nature of saving a child. The problem arises when people can see past the whole 'but its just a wolf' and think of it as a being. THAT is why people rage, because people like these give hunters a bad name and reputation by doing such despicable things, regardless of WHAT it was used upon.
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