Do you ever ask yourself why humans hunt? There are many different reasons on why we hunt. Hunting goes all the way back in time to the creation of man. People used hunting to survive, provide, and flourish on the earth. Over the years many people have started to question why we still hunt because we have all our needs met by supermarkets. There are two different sides to this argument, we should hunt and we shouldn’t hunt. I am going to talk about a few ways that hunting impacts our lives in a good way, while also giving you the other side views and opinions. Conservation, fresh food, and family traditions all play a vital role in why we should hunt.
First, we should look at how hunters help animals by giving to conservation …show more content…
What I have concluded is that we should hunt because of conservation, fresh food, and family traditions. These all play a vital role in why we should hunt. Many of the opposing sides argument was that hunting is inhumane, not safe, and why we should not eat meat. I feel like these organizations have their own opinions and claims, but never want to pull out facts when talking about the subject. When looking at the benefits of hunting, they outweigh the negatives often used in propaganda against hunters and hunting. The fact of it is that hunting is in our nature. Our ancestors passed down traditions from knowledge they were thought as young adults. I feel like if we lose our traditions then we will forget where we came from.
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