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Hunting in China and abroad

Updated: 2015-01-22 09:38

Hunting in China and abroad

Lion cubs await mothers to return from hunting, Masai Mara, Kenya - January 2015. [Photo/IC]

Killing or Protection?

Although hunting may become more of a fun sport, it remains controversial worldwide as it leads to the slaughtering of millions of animals and birds.

As a result, some animal rights activists believe sport hunting is nothing but killing.

However, others believe that sport hunting is good for the protection of wild animals. For example, at one hunting ground in Sichuan province, all the prey there is domesticated.

In this way, wild animals can be protected. That's why they insist that legal and regulated hunting is an efficient way of managing wildlife populations.

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