I'm sure some will disagree but I feel man has a right to hunt, especially overpopulated game. Hunting is in our blood, and as long as it isn't done simply as sport or isn't endangered then so be it.
Hunters respect that animal more by killing it in it's natural habitat as opposed to those (myself included) that simply purchase the already killed and neatly packaged product in our local supermarket. Not only that but it feeds their families and maybe neighbors if the animal is large enough and the community tight enough.
Most Natives use all parts of the animal so that none of it goes to waste. Most hunters that I have dealt with do the same. Is it all done for necessity? Of course not, I'm sure the adrenaline rush and primal instinct has a large part to do with it, but respect is given to the animal nonetheless.
I just wanted to add that I do not respect game hunting for the thrill of the kill only. To me that's a waste and not respecting the sentient beings.
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