Do animals die in vain if nobody eats them?
Wouldn't it be unethical to let meat go to waste?
Not all animals died in vain but do died in vain, for example a dog was hit and run by a truck, nobody eats the dog, so it died in vain, another case is hens and ducks are human consumption, mostly sold to be eaten
The question is too vague to answer.
What kind of animal dying under what circumstances?
Yes, killing just for the thrill of killing is wrong. Just to kill to put a trophy on your wall is definitely wrong. Hunting should be for population control, sustainability and so on. To kill just to be killing is just ridiculous.
The ecological cycle always goes on. So I think nothing goes in vain. If not to someone else, it goes to microbes....
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