Ethical or unethical - baiting wild animals to photograph?

1 year 6 months ago #649821 by Glen Mosley
What's wrong with people.  Common sense just out the window? 


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1 year 6 months ago #649895 by Joslyn
So how did things end when you were there?  These guys were so wrong.   I hope the packed up and moved on.  


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1 year 6 months ago #649980 by Troponin
We are fighting a war with Darwin, and we are winning. 


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1 year 6 months ago #650148 by H Rocky
Ha! that's one way of putting it!


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1 year 6 months ago #650404 by zachdos
Clearly this one is unethical. Putting fish as a bait in the public path is dangerous. If they continued doing that for photography then this will surely result in some serious accident someday. If someday some person be walking through the path then he can be a victim of these wild animals.


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1 year 6 months ago #650475 by Cara Wilkins

zachdos wrote: Clearly this one is unethical. Putting fish as a bait in the public path is dangerous. If they continued doing that for photography then this will surely result in some serious accident someday. If someday some person be walking through the path then he can be a victim of these wild animals.


Yup and the animal if caught will pay the big price.  


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