How Does Hunting Affect the Environment?

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Hunting affects the environment in many ways. Hunting helps to keep the population of game animals such as deer, bear, and wild boar under control. Hunting also has an economic affect on wildlife conservation as the purchase of equipment, licences, and usage fees are used to help conserve our wildlife.
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