But back then the problem was that they new that they were killing animals but they didn’t care because there was heaps of them. But not so much today… Animals such as cheetahs and grizzly bears are being extinct due to their fur. They are wonderful creatures that do no harm. Fur trappers set out traps in and near the animals native homes and just wait for it to come along and get caught in it. For example there is the leg trap this is a very sad and painful death.
There are many animals that are close to becoming extinct such as the polar bear and gorillas. Polar bear habitats are melting away due to global warming stranding them on ice in the middle of the water and away from food sources. Many are drowning trying to swim to other ice glaciers because its too far away. Gorillas are becoming endangered and extinct due to habitat loss and being hunted. Their habitats are being destroyed because of deforestation causing them to move into smaller areas away from humans.
I could have had many more wives but I was content with what I had. She is a great cook and could clean kills with skill and speed. The whites killed many of our buffalo for reasons no man can justify. I once stumbled across a plain close to our sacred hunting grounds where many buffalo where slaughtered only for their tongues and hides while the rest was left to rot in the sun. It was a sad day for the Sioux with many tears shed and many prayers sent.
Horse slaughter is no where near the same as putting a horse down, it is the painful butchering of these innocent animals. The sad part is most horses that are shipped out are still young and would have a good chance of being placed in a loving home. These people just don't want to be bother by a horse they don't need so they shipped it off to a slaughter house to be killed. These horses have no way of getting out of the slaughter house alive, as soon as the horse arrives there you pretty much can say its already dead. Before arriving at the slaughter house horses travel thousands of miles with no food, no water, and no rest over a period of days in overcrowded trucks designed
And they are starving.” (pg.63) The colonies were forced to cannibalism. “One provident man chops up his wife and salts down the pieces. Others dig up graves to eat the corpses.” (pg.63) there was absolutely no means of food for the colonies this winter. They surly had no common sense; I mean really, how do you let almost your entire civilization die off? Could they not have planted their own food or hunted some game?
Finally one day they came and ceased the animals from the farm and took them out to Iowa and killed the sheep for a disease that to this day does not exist. Not only did the USDA cease the sheep they also did another raid on the equipment that was used to milk the sheep and the hay that was fed to the sheep. On one of the raids the farmer followed the truck that had taken his things and noticed that they had dumped his things in a field a few miles away. So if the equipment was so contaminated, why would they dump it in another field where it can also contaminate other animals of the mad cow disease they said the sheep had? After this the movie started to focus on raw milk.
* Jamestown was burned down in 1676 Could the reason that so many died have been starvation? It seems that the winter of 1609 was so bad that the many of the colonists died of starvation. They were made to eat their own excrement and flesh. They ate Indians and animals from the colony, including horses, dogs and rats, or anything they could find. But this was hard to believe, as the island was full of food.
The procedure is very unhygienic & causes many infections where some bears die as a result. Surviving bears spend the rest of their lives suffering in tiny cages, where the poor bears are unable walk, stretch or move. Because the bears become bored they start to bite their cages, resulting in toothaches, some have horrendous head wounds