How Hunting Evolved over Time

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Hunting and fishing have been a part of the past and present of America and all around the world for as far back as the world dates. As far back as we can date, people have always hunted and fished. Back then they needed to because people need food to survive. Now hunting and fishing are starting to become sports. You may think that hunting and fishing can harm the environment, but there are many positive things about them. Hunting and fishing can have some positive effects and negative effects on the environment and economy, so if you don’t really agree with hunting and fishing maybe these facts will change your mind. Hunting nowadays is becoming more popular around the world. There are many different types of animals that you can hunt. In Pennsylvania most people hunt for white-tailed deer, moose, grouse, pheasants, turkeys, ducks, and geese. It is more of a sport now than a necessity. Hunting can have some negative effects and also many positive effects on the environment. Here are a few of the positive effects of hunting. Hunting provides large economic benefit to wild life conservation through hunting equipment taxes, hunting license sales, and usage fees not to mention all the money spent yearly by hunters on equipment, hunting trips, and guide services. Hunters also contribute to making the environment better by contributing large amounts of time and money to hunter run conservation groups that work to increase wildlife habitat and population. Hunting also helps balance the wildlife numbers so they are at their peak populations without starvation or overpopulation. Now let’s have a look at some of the negatives of hunting.
Hunting can also have some downsides to it. First off, hunting can affect the forests by pollution. Campfires, recreational vehicles, trash, and other hunting side effects hurt the forest. Noise pollution is another factor that disturbs…...

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