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  • How is this a debate?

    Seriously, we needed to hunt to survive. Case Closed. Its why humans have the best cardio(Actually until McDonalds came along.) of all the large mammals. We are also among the most coordinated and one of very few species that can throw with accuracy(i.E. To kill a deer with a spear).

  • How is this a debate?

    Seriously, we needed to hunt to survive. Case Closed. Its why humans have the best cardio(Actually until McDonalds came along.) of all the large mammals. We are also among the most coordinated and one of very few species that can throw with accuracy(i.E. To kill a deer with a spear).

  • How is this a debate?

    Seriously, we needed to hunt to survive. Case Closed. Its why humans have the best cardio(Actually until McDonalds came along.) of all the large mammals. We are also among the most coordinated and one of very few species that can throw with accuracy(i.E. To kill a deer with a spear).

  • How is this a debate?

    Seriously, we needed to hunt to survive. Case Closed. Its why humans have the best cardio(Actually until McDonalds came along.) of all the large mammals. We are also among the most coordinated and one of very few species that can throw with accuracy(i.E. To kill a deer with a spear).

  • Yes they are.

    Humans are natural hunters they are more of a predator than they are prey that is why we are able to build weapons and have thumbs unlike other species do. We are born to be able to hunt and take out smaller animals we are just more sophisticated than that.

  • Hunting and gathering is normal and genetic

    While some humans can learn to eat what others hunt and gather, it is normal for a select amount of people, even in civilized society, to hunt. As long as wild animal populations are out of control, it's good to hunt to encourage animal populations. Also, farmers must defend against wolves.

  • We wouldn't have survived without it being so.

    Of course we're natural hunters. It didn't take humans long to figure out that animal meat sustained them longer than just eating various plants. And it didn't take long after that for us to figure out that we could hunt more efficiently using small, pointy rocks or sticks. So yes, we're natural hunters since the beginning of our species.

  • Humans are natural hunters.

    Humans are natural hunters. We hunt for things all the time and gather stuff to feed our family even in the modern age. I think we are naturally born with instincts to survive on our own and those cannot be taken away from us. I think we are all survivors at some point.

  • Cavemen Hunted to Survive

    Cavemen hunted big game animals as a matter of survival, a concept that has been passed down from generation to generation through the ages. Humans are natural hunters because we sit at the top of the food chain and we know how to kill things on a cognitive level. With varied weapons from clubs to knives to firearms, there are plenty of killing choices for humans to utilize when it comes to hunting.

  • It's evolution baby!

    Over the thousands of years that humans of our variety have existed, hunting has been a basic necessity for our species. Our hunting advantage comes from using our environment, tracking prey movements, planning, stealth, team work and while we're not regarded for our overall physical strength, we have a ton of stamina and endurance at our disposal. As we have evolved without any natural weapons, we made weapons by using our environment. While we may be out of practice, our abilities in hunting are still present now. Put a human in a desperate situation or under certain circumstances, two likely things will happen: #1. The human gene known as 'The warrior gene' will surface. Or #2. Our survival instincts will kick in, using our own knowledge, our instincts and our inherent genetic 'programming' shall we say, and this will allow us to hunt and kill out of need. It's evolution baby! Plain and simple

  • Humans are not natural predators of large game

    Humans are not naturally hunters of large game. Humans originally most likely ate mostly plants sometimes eating insects, carrion and small animals. Hunting of large game began as tempatures began to cool forcing people to hunt large prey. Human are not physicaly designed to be predators due to are lack of claws, true cainines, or speed. Humans only became predatory after they gained enough intelligence to outsmart large prey. Humans also were never top predators as they made easy meals for larger predators. Humans are designers to be in the middle of the food chain.

  • Not any longer.

    Humans might have been natural hunters back in the day when it was for survival but that is no longer the case. If humans were left to hunting nowadays many would starve because they would have no clue where to even start. Over time, people have become spoiled by convenience stores, grocery stores, and fast food restaurants. Hunting is no longer essential or natural in our society.

  • No, humans are not natural hunters.

    I disagree, I think our upper advantage is due to our ability to have foresight. We can plan ahead and predict events/outcomes by use of science. The human body is not a very good hunting platform, in fact compared to other animals, we are very inferior in physical ability. It is our ability to create tools and to plan that makes us superior to the rest.


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