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Wildlife Game

Wildlife Game

$19.95 (DVD)

Genre: Non-fiction, Documentary
Format: DVD


TACKLING THE ELEPHANT CULLING CONTROVERSY- HEAD ON!

The management needs of Africa’s elephants often requires the reduction of wild animal populations that have exceeded – or threaten to exceed – the carrying capacities of their habitats. Culling hunting certainly “killing” animals by one means or another…  Wildlife experts call this “management”, animal activists call it “murder” – and they demand that society necessity.

This programme explains the management needs of the African Elephant and tackles “head-on” the elephant culling controversy. It promises that man has interferred with nature by confining wildlife to finite game reserves; that natural processes can no longer take place; and that it is now imperative for man to maintain the balance between herbivores and their habitats through “management” – the objectives of which are determined by man.

Furthermore – to maintain species diversity, major such objectives that no such single species (such as the elephant) should be permitted to proliferate to the extent that it causes the local extinctions of their species… and that man should not have interfered (having “interfered by proclaiming the game reserve in the first place) represents a gross dereliction of our duty to wildlife.