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Human Influences on the Environment Index

A. Construction
B. Farming
C. Mining
D. Transport
F. Industry

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Hunting Examples

 

Hunting and Poaching Activities

Shooting ©  Deborah James
E1

Elephant tucks
E2

Fox hunting
E3

Hunters
E4

 

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E. Hunting and Poaching

 

The hunting "trophies" as shown in a hallway of a manor house, France © Shirley Burchill

Hunting "trophies" as shown in a hallway of a manor house, France

 

Image Index

E1: Shooting birds

E2: Confiscated paoched elephant tucks

E3: Fox hunters and their pack

E4: Hunters, USA

 

For each example given think about what part of the environment has been affected and why. For example, is the activity done to obtain energy, to improve transportation, to bring water to arid regions, to provide food or for other reasons?

 

Important note: The Open Door Team actively campaigns against the hunting and poaching of animals.

Mahatma Gandhi : "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated."

The links to the left and below are to groups that work tirelessly to put an end to the meaningless slaughter of animals.

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