Fur Trapping.

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Fur Trapping.

Although most animals who are slaughtered for their fur are raised on motoring crud fur farms, millions of raccoons, coyotes, wholes, bob cats, opossums, nutria, beavers, otters, and others.

why people like fur trapping?

Throughout human history, people have trapped animals for fur, meat and other valuable products, as well as to protect property and human safety. Trapping for fur and food remains an important economic and cultural activity, especially in remote communities. However, in most developed countries including Canada, human wild life conflict is increasing .

Why do we need fur trapping?

Fur trapping is carried for a variety of reasons. Originally it was for food, and other animal products. The rationale for trapping has since been expanded to encompass ''pest control'', wild life management, the pet trade, and zoological specimens.