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Veterinarians and Wildlife Biologists Should Join Forces to End Inhumane Mammal Trapping Technology
World's Veterinary Journal
Current mammal trapping standards uphold the use of inhumane trapping technology. For example, killing neck snares for the capture of canids, and rotating-jaw traps, and steel-jawed leghold traps for procyonids and mustelids, are being used by trappers despite decades of research showing that they are inhumane, and cause serious injuries and distress in captured animals. Many wildlife biologists unsuccessfully raised concerns about inhumane mammal trappings. This short communication stressesdoi:10.54203/scil.2021.wvj43 fatcat:giuu5rmrmrehzk26mg425xd2lu