Get The Facts: Ten Fast Facts about Trapping. The United States catches more
animals from the wild for the fur trade than any other country in the world.
Learn the real truth about trapping. Don't believe the false information provided
by animal rights groups.
trapping, most broadly, the use of mechanical or deceptive devices to capture, kill
, or injure animals. It may be applied to the practice of using birdlime to capture ...
Jan 14, 2012 ... Introduction We at Wildlife Damage Control have no problem with developing
traps and techniques that reduce animal pain and injury.
The traps are designed to crush animals in a vice like grip rather than kill them ...
MORE FACTS ON TRAPPING ... The Fur-bearer Defenders Fact Sheet ...
FACT: Foothold traps apply pressure to two sides of an animals foot, and this
causes numbness. Several blood chemistry changes also occur to foothold
Maine is the only state that allows hunters to trap and shoot bears. Bears as well
as family pets and other nontarget animals can languish in traps for hours and ...
Each Year, approximately 50 million animals raised on fur farms around the
world, ... The steel-jaw trap violently clamps down on the animal's leg, leaving the
In fact, trapping disrupts wildlife populations by killing healthy animals needed to
keep their species strong, and populations are further damaged when the ...
Trapping is a method of capturing wildlife by humans using devices specifically
designed to restrain an animal in place without the need for continual human ...