Is there any evidence that wolves hunt their prey into extinction?
There is strong evidence that they do not. Wolves feed on a variety of prey - from as large as deer to as small as mice. Before human intervention, there is no evidence that any prey species of wolves was driven to extinction by wolves. In fact, having wolves around was very healthy for deer. Population control by wolves led to a more stable, healthy population. When wolves were eliminated, deer overran their natural habitats and destroyed them, then died of famine, parasites, and disease. This created the dangerous cycling of deer populations we see today, and also increased the number of deer-born diseases that affect humans, such as Lyme disease.
by ii3rittles6 years ago
Why is it hard to believe that governments are enforcing population control?**Including the US**
by luabu7 years ago
There are too many people.We are like marauding ants destroying the worlds natural beauty.We await passively the next natural cull of disease or catastrophe.Millions live half lives full of despair.Isn't it time we...
by Ben Zoltak8 months ago
Do you believe in overpopulation and/or population control?Do you believe there is a humane solution viable of human beings own free will? Many believe and have evidence that certain organized groups impose population...
by Scott Mandrake9 years ago
Seems that the global warming post has taken a turn for the worse and headed into population control territory. I thought maybe if we should go that route we could do it here. So far from what I can tell is...
by platinumOwl47 years ago
Is the pill a form of birth control or population control?It is marketed as birth control but it could be a method of controlling the population. Is this dangerous in the long run.
by Barefootfae5 years ago
http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local … 14961.htmlIt's called excessive taxation.
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