Fox Hunting

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Hunting chases often result in serious damages to private properties, uninvited killing of pet cats and dogs, and destructions on the road and railway lines. Sometimes the hounds themselves are crushed under trains or killed by the fox. Hunt-chaos has been ended with the introduction of The Hunting Act, strictly allowing hunting only on a pre-set line.

Fox Hunting
Source : heraldscotland.com

In the context of strong opposition to fox-hunting, the supporters claim that hunting is essential to prevent economic downslide for rural communities and is a humanistic way of conservation because the excessive breeding of foxes may result in the wiping out of the hen and lamb population.

Due to frequent hunting, the fox population has significantly dropped. Hunting chases often result in serious damages to private properties, uninvited killing of pet cats and dogs, and destructions on the road and railway lines. Hunt-chaos has been ended with the introduction of The Hunting Act, strictly allowing hunting only on a pre-set line.

Due to frequent hunting, the fox population has significantly dropped. Hunting is nowadays confined to merely chasing the animals to holes in the ground. On the other hand, in early times the earth was blocked up overnight to prevent the foxes from escaping into the ground.

Fox hunting is a royal and traditional hunting sport, popularized all over the world by the British. Hunting dogs or foxhounds are trained to chase and attack foxes from their hiding places, and these are followed by hunters on the horses.

Hunting with hounds is outlawed and forbidden in countries holding high values of animal welfare. In these countries this sport is considered an ethically wrong and barbarian process.

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