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Like the alligator gar everyone is scared of it.
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and dont forget sharks. that darn movie drummed up too much paranoia that led to this situation.

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Except Bull sharks.
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Except Bull sharks.
i dont know what i should be scared of more great whites for size, teeth and some river incursions on high tides or bull sharks. whites arent as agressive as bulls. bulls also can moderate the salt in the body so they can survive in freshwater.

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i dont know what i should be scared of more great whites for size, teeth and some river incursions on high tides or bull sharks. whites arent as agressive as bulls. bulls also can moderate the salt in the body so they can survive in freshwater.
Bulls hurt more people. You know there are more dog attacks in america than shark attacks world wide.
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I like what a few have said, As far as taking the large trophy bucks, when I shot myne, there were about 3 or 4 other younger bucks that were in the same field, removing a large mature buck like that does enable new genetics get into the pool

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I think if the sport hunt atleast donate the meat to charity. Give the medical stuff to a chinese Ohmen.
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becareful of donating the parts to Asian medical places. lots of people kill bears just to cut out the gall bladder. Asian medical reasons are one reason why poachers are so numerous as many components are made from animal parts. some remedies work and some dont. the main issue is the Asian remedies are one driving force to fuel any sort of infraction of protected (or unprotected) species. i just dont trust that line of medicines much. the animal parts trade for medical purposes is lucrative.

i did know that bulls were more dangerous though it just goes to show larger doesnt always mean deadlier.

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Most Animals in China have Medical values to them.
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Most Animals in China have Medical values to them.
thats quite true though it doesnt do anything to prevent poachers from taking animals illegally. the law can only do so much when its done "under the radar." catching poachers is a tough job and covers alot of ground for the limited policing forces.

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