Fox Trapper Gets Caught In His Own Trap
When trying to trap others, especially animals, it might be turned into your own trap.
This is what happened to a fox trapper and his friend when they were shooting a video about fox trapping tips. But at the end he suddenly got caught in his own fox trap.
Each year, more than 4 million animals are trapped and killed for their fur in the United States. Millions more are trapped and killed in the name of “livestock” and “game” protection and for “nuisance” animal control.
However the reasons they do this, animals always get treated the same living the pain, suffering, and death.
Proponents argue that traps are humane and selective, and that trapping is tightly regulated, an important source of income for many people, and necessary for managing wildlife. These claims, however, are far from the truth.
Despite the traps, rather , animals frequently end with injuries from being trapped. When not killed outright by the trap, animals can suffer physiological trauma, dehydration, exposure to severe weather, and predation by other animals until the trapper returns.
When the trapper returns he usually clubs, suffocates or strangles the animal to death. Fur trappers rarely shoot trapped animals because bullet holes and blood reduce a pelt’s value.
The most commonly used trap in the U.S. is the steel-jaw leghold trap, a restraining trap with spring-loaded steel jaws that clamp on an animal’s foot or leg when triggered.
Leghold traps can cause severe swelling, lacerations, joint dislocations, fractures, damage to teeth and gums, self-mutilation, limb amputation, and even death.
The steel-jaw leghold trap has been declared inhumane and has been banned or severely restricted by more than 80 countries and 8 U.S. states.
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