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Of course it is. Aerial hunting is by far one of the easiest and most effective methods to cull large numbers of wolves. It's especially good for population control in areas where there are far too many wolves.

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No way. There's nothing at all ethical about it. It violated the standard of a fair chase. Aerial hunting isn't very sporting and have very little chance of survival.

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Definitely not. I think it should be banned altogether. The wolves are chased until they are exhausted and killed in a brutal fashion. I don't understand how anyone could consider this as hunting. It's more like overkill.

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Who cares if it's ethical or not? It's legal and a heck of a lot of fun and that's all that matters.

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Connorroxzthehouse says2016-02-16T16:46:34.9086444Z
Hunting wolves is ethical as long as hunters don't get too crazy when hunting wolves because all animal populations have to remain steady in the world and not become over populated.

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