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Deer Eaten Alive.

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Auctioneer, Jan 9, 2012.

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  1. Auctioneer

    Auctioneer Well-Known Member

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    Here are some pic's of a deer being attacked by coyote's. This is graphic and is sad to see. Shoot all the coyotes you see.
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  2. Auctioneer

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    Glad I'm a predator hunter with a dead eye. I can imagine if that were a small yearling.
     
  5. grntitan

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    That buck had serious potential too. Thats life.
     
  6. CalvinMD

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    Kill them all...notice they only ate a tiny bit then left it to suffer
     
  7. bigdogtx

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    Same thing wolves have been doing to the North American elk herds,,,,and many are killed for sport not because they are hungry....
     
  8. mrskeet410

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    Same thing humans have been doing to the North American elk herds,,,,and many are killed for sport not because they are hungry...
     
  9. Tron

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    The Deer was no doubt sick or injured. The Yotes are just doing their job, which is important to the strength of the herd.
     
  10. Calcutta John

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    Tron and mrskeet you really drink the purple kool-aid on virtually every topic espoused by the tree-huggers.
     
  11. mrskeet410

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    Well just think how much easier your life is with the coyotes. Human hunters, and the government bureaucracies supporting them, no longer will be burdened with keeping the herds in check.
     
  12. WGB

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    CalcuttaJohn

    Did the coyotes eating Bambi get you all teary-eyed and bawling?
     
  13. grntitan

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    Mrs Keet,

    Are you an idiot all the time or just when you open your libturd mouth?
     
  14. Calcutta John

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    WGB-Nope..
     
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    good question grantitan and apparently the answer is yes.
     
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    I agree with Tron, if the buck was healthy, he'd be flinging those Yotes all over the woods with that rack of his!
     
  17. JH

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    Two great MYTHS:

    1.Only the sick and diseased are eaten by predators. Not true. Hungry predators are killers of opportunity. They will eat your healthy dog, cat, even healthy humans. They will also kill healthy deer, elk, bison, etc. if the opportunity is available.

    2. There is moral equivalency between a herbivore being eaten alive by predators and a hunter shooting an animal. Most of the time, bullets are quicker killers and do not prolong the agony. Ironically, the same MORONS holding this view are the first to protest the gas chamber as too inhumane.....Next capital punishment execution should give the choice of a firing squad or a pit of hungry wolves....I say the firing squad wins in a landslide....
     
  18. JH

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    Forgot to mention...

    1. There are two very recent documented cases of humans being killed and eaten by wolves. One in Alaska (a female teacher) and one in Canada (laborer).

    2. There is a relatively recent case of a young woman being killed by coyotes (Canada) and a child being killed by a black bear. Mountain lions killed two cyclists...etc.

    All victims were REAL HEALTHY before they were killed!

    P.S. Of course, wildlife officers will MINIMIZE the risk to humans because they fear humans with guns more than the collateral damage of some humans being killed by wild animals. You see, in their eyes the lives of a few humans each year is less valuable than keeping wild animals around. Of course, if you are the one being eaten alive you may have a different point of view!
     
  19. copper

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    You ever seen film of two bucks fighting , This deer was hurt or sick two coyotes killing this deer maybe at end but he had to be hurt before, Now wolves way differen,t story very capable of this. I am no fan coyotes or wolves for that matter need to be kept in check for sure.
     
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    Looks to have been a nine point buck. Still in velvet, so before the rut - would not have been fighting yet, and should have been in good shape.

    Looks to have damage early on to the hamstrings - a classic attack of pack animals - takes away the prey's ability to run. One lone animal will sneak up behind (perhaps while the prey is distracted by pack-mates in front) and bite into the hamstring muscle group. By damaging this the prey cannot run away (from too much damage or too much pain).

    The answer is that the animal was killed more for sport that for the need of food. Few, if any humans who hunt do this to deer.

    Why do you think so many states have bounties on coyotes??
     
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