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Old 06-11-14, 02:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Roody View Post
It's sad that things we enjoy so much, like easy automobile access to wilderness areas, carry a high price for the animals that live there.
I don't know about Canada, but some of the US National Parks have strictly limited car access.
So I guess you've never run over a possum on your bike, or a rabbit on foot? Actually I don't believe either animal died or was hurt badly.... Where I live cars are the main population control for deer. The deer tend not to live up in the real woods, where they are hunted, but around more populated areas. But the speed limits are high, there.
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