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...s, only to get hit and killed by cars. With hunting, we can eliminate this by making the population of deer and many other animals stay low. If it doesn’t kill the deer it could put the deer in critical condition and will have to struggle to survive. No one wants to see a deer struggling for its life. Hogs are taking over crops, eating everything, attacking people and also have killed a few. If hunters in the future stop hunting wildlife all together they could cause farmers’ to lose livestock crops, which can cause a huge problem for our society. They also have multiple viruses they spread which they can give them to the farmers’ livestock, which can cause the livestock count to go down. If we were to stop hunting altogether, the farmers’ crops would take a major toll, the wildlife would start eating all of their food that they are trying to provide to the humans.
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