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Why no carnivorous animal in the area?
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Introduce some endagered predators or relocate the current species elsewhere
Introduce the predators
What on earth were they thinking? Were there no experts on population growth vs resources and lack of predators? Regular culling, using every part of the animals naturally, would have regulated the population, (oh dear now I'll get comments) This is a classic case of human intervention without thought, they should have managed this better.😪
You can’t have a sustainable ecosystem without predators...!!
What were they thinking...??
Controled hunting would have kept that problem from happening but nope... Animal rights activists wouldent be okay with that, because killing an animal is less humane than letting its population grow to the point of starvation
Where r the predators ?
I would usually agree that nature should be left to it's own devices BUT humans have caused this. Seemingly with no intelligence or real plan in place. Of course it was going to happen and they should be intervening further to limit the suffering to those animals that ultimately, they have caused. They should have made it a balanced eco-system from the start. Not years after so many animals have suffered at their hands!
All eco systems in Western countries have to be managed by humans otherwise this happens (but is less noticeable when there isn’t an obvious fenced off area) after we killed all the apex predators. These same ‘activists’ would still be bitching about people hunting the deer too not realising that the hunters (if done responsibly) are actually taking over the necessary role of wolves/bears etc 🙄
Why not try to balance out the ecosystem. Wolfs bears leopard Tiger idek
Is it all herbivores? Is there no creature to represent the apex predator or top of the food chain?
I may be sounding cynical but isn't a natural predator (or any predator meant for the cold that could take down large herbivores) a good answer to population control?
I have no idea what I'm saying but it was the first answer that came to my mind.
Throw some wolves In there
No balance get carnivors in nature will restore its self then
U need predators too,u idiots
Maybe introduce some natural predators....
If these breeds are good for rewinding marshland let's transport 50% of the population to the next place we want too do that, keep exporting the excess too be useful elsewhere no?