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Research in Medical & Engineering Sciences

Bloodlust of Wildlife Fishing and Hunting Quenched by Industrial Agricultural Engineering

  • Open or CloseLouis ZG Touyz*

    Faculty of Dentistry, McGill University, Canada

    *Corresponding author: Louis ZG Touyz, Faculty of Dentistry, McGill University, Montreal PQ, Canada, Email:touyzlouis@gmail.com

Submission: July 01, 2018; Published: July 13, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/RMES.2018.05.000629

ISSN: 2576-8816
Volume5 Issue5

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The history of food production and its preservation is reviewed. The supply of food demand from global populations is discussed. Focus is drawn on animal factory farms and plant sources of protein for humans. Nutrition derived from vegetarian and carnivore diets are appraised.Motivation psychology and mindsets of hunters and fishers are deconstructed and gratuitous killing of wild animals is deplored. The irreversible damage to wild life fauna and to aquatic fish-stock destruction, wrought by fishers and hunters respectively, is underlined. Sound food sources exist to feed Mankind and render hunting and fishing as archaic unnecessary anachronistic practices.From the information laid out, most people acknowledge hunting and fishing are anachronistic. Immediate rewards are sought without regard to irrevocable damage imposed on global ecosystems.

Keywords Anglers;Biomedical;Carnivores;Engineering;Food;Fishers;Hunters;Population;Psychology;Recreational;Retards;Sports;Vegetarian;Wildlife

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