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Old 02-27-2014, 07:46 PM   #3251
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Despite a population of 50 million in an area of 50,000 square miles there is still enough land for wolves in England.
Seriously? Is there enough forest where they can sleep and breed? And is the forest where the food is?
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Old 02-27-2014, 07:58 PM   #3252
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Seriously? Is there enough forest where they can sleep and breed? And is the forest where the food is?
Is the mainland of England only 50mil?Thats why I questioned China as being able to grow enough crops for its burgeoning populace.Remember you cannot grow crops or house masses of people on mountains, or do the same for crops in deserts.True for animals or people, you need airable land,not to mention the most precious resource,water.Not all places have to close by.

It is true though, you eradicate a predidtor from an area,its prey will flourish at an very rapid rate.

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Old 02-27-2014, 08:18 PM   #3253
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Yes Englands (NOT Britains) population is 50 million. But there are some very unspoilt and remote areas.
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but with roads, railways, rivers etc - there isn't the ability to roam
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Rustler - here in the UK there is enough food for fit wild foxes to prosper and they tend to keep well away from humans. The ones that get close in (in the country at least) are the ones no longer able to fend for themselves. When a fox is in a chicken run the hens panic and the fox joins in the panic and kills. It's not pleasure just a reaction to what's happening around it. I saw the results of such an attack. A chicken run literally splattered in blood and the carcasses of three foxes shot when the farmer went out to make sure that it wasn't going to happen again.
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The word "strafe", meaning an aircraft attacking a ground target with machine guns, comes from the German World War I expression "Gott strafe England" meaning "God punish England."
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