Also, What are the pros and cons of hunting and fishing?

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Also, What are the pros and cons of hunting and fishing?

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Nick Malroy

I like fishing as well. It’s a time only for myself. Silence and peace. Calmness in my mind. For me fishing it’s not about profit. It’s about renewal.

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Amanda White

Nowadays haunting is not acting of predator. It’s a kind of sport. Really venturesome. Weapons turned to a technically impreccable tools. Binocular vision is strengthened with smart HD binoculars like https://www.atncorp.com/smart-hd-binocular that allow to record and export the video. With so great technical support haunter can get a lot of memorable moments even without killing.

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Answer Wow Jessica! Thousands of volumes have been written on each of the questions you asked. I will give you the “Reader’s Digest” version of an answer for all three questions. Hunting Before human beings were farmers (the real “Second Oldest Profession”), they were hunters. Homo-sapiens evolved as predators, with binocular vision and canine teeth for ripping meat. While not the first to employ pack hunting techniques, early humans were the first to use language and strategy to out-maneuver their prey. They are also the first and only species to devise weapons for hunting and warfare. Greater apes will pick up a stick or rock to use as a weapon or entice termites from a limb or mound using s twig. But, the invention of spears, archery equipment, snares, nets and eventually firearms is uniquely human. Another trait that makes humans unique as predators is the evolution of concern for the welfare and feeling of empathy for their prey. While hunting includes the killing of prey, over th

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