Why Fox Hunting Should Be Banned?


Fox hunting is an activity that involves the tracking, chasing, and even killing of a fox, traditionally a red fox. According to some people, this practise is consider to be animal cruelty and should be banned or regulated with some laws.
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Fox hunting is an activity that involves tracking, chasing and killing of a fox. Some of the reasons why people think fox hunting should not be banned are; it is a traditional sport, it helps keep the fox population in check and also for pest control to protect farm animals such as poultry.
Fox hunting is classed as animal cruelty and should be banned or have some laws against it like ban against hunting with hounds. In the United Kingdom Fox hunting was banned after the passing of the Hunting Act. However, in Northern Ireland it remains legal.
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