Green hunting or eco-hunting is the practice of hunting game animals with tranquilizer dart guns [1] [2] and the subsequent release of the live animals. Green hunting Typically Would be Performed When plenum of the animal is Necessary for Monitoring Purposes veterinary gold, [3] Or When animals are to be translocated. [2] Green hunting has been advocated as a conservation-minded alternative to destructive hunting. [4] [5]HOWEVER, criticism has sprung up over the possibility That in the interest of Generating revenue, particular animals May UNDERGO plenum too frequently, with a box Alleged Where plenum occurred once every two weeks, [6] and the suggestion That this May be traumatising to the animals, [7] with consequences poorly studied. [6]

References

  1. Jump up^ http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss2/art28/ES-2009-3349.pdf
  2. ^ Jump up to:b „Biodiversity threatened: what solutions for tomorrow?“ . ARTE programs . 11 April 2016.
  3. Jump up^ „Kruger Park Times – The Green Alternative to Hunting – Online News Publication ..“
  4. Jump up^ „In Africa, Hunters Pay to Tranquilize Game for Research“ . National Geographic.
  5. Jump up^ „Rhino Green Hunt“ . National Geographic.
  6. ^ Jump up to:b „Green Hunting“ .
  7. Jump up^ „Green Hunting – Good or Bad?“ . Speak Up For The Voiceless – International Animal Rescue Foundation – Environmental News and Media .