A new controversial decision by the Trump-administration means that it has now become much easier to hunt bears and wolves in wildlife reserves across the UNITED states - but particularly in the state of Alaska.
Among other things, allow the new rules, the bears and ulveunger must jagtes in their caves, writes the Anchorage Daily News, which is quoted the world over for the story.
the Decision is condemned by groups like Defenders of Wildlife, who see the decision as a threat to reservaternes ecosystems and wildlife.
- Trump-the administration has reached a new shocking low in its treatment of wild animals, says the president of Defenders of Wildlife, Jamie Rappaport Clark in a press release.
- It is barbaric to allow the killing of bear cubs and ulveunger in their caves. The rules will override the primary purpose of the vildtreservaterne to protect and preserve nature and the wild animals.
the Same condemnation comes from Ben Williamson, executive director, World Animal Protection US, who see the decision as a permit for a more cynical hunting.
- To kill animals for pleasure or sport causes not only great suffering in wildlife, but it threatens habitats and whole ecosystems, " says Williamson.