The Right to Live

In this world before the evolution of human beings millions of creatures shared the land, they hunted and hunted for food just to survive. When humans developed as creatures with culture, intelligence and the co-existence outlook with other creatures has been cast off. We ruled the world, fought wars from 100 years to 10 days, killed each other and enjoyed our self.
The post is a result of this news "Australia considers mass killings of camels”. How they are slaughtering these creatures is a very ‘good’ example, they will send sharp shooters in helicopters and shoot them in air. Is pain the same for all living beings? The government has proposed a plan of $16 million and they are even considering taking tourists in this slaughter process.
Camels were introduced to Australia in 1840 to help transport heavy goods especially in desert areas. There are currently 1 million camels in Australia. They vie with local Bos Taurus for food, tread down vegetation and invade remote settlements in search of water, scaring residents as they tear apart bathrooms and rip up water pipes. So again water problem? The same situation for camels can arrive for human where humans fight for water.

Why cant they consider alternative measures to prevent the birth control with the amount ? may be the human brutal mind will not get satisfied.

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Write Motives
August 10, 2009 at 9:50 AM delete

nice blog:) thanks for stopping by the keybunch, and helping me discover your blog!

sharon

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August 11, 2009 at 5:09 AM delete

Thanks for sharing all those details and your thoughts. Lovely blog. Will come for more. Thanks for the visit to "Frankly Speaking".

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The Panorama
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August 11, 2009 at 8:19 AM delete

Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. Keep visiting:)
I was really upset after reading your post...is the Autralian govt. really considering such barbaric methods to curb the problem?
Animal activists should campaign for the poor animals.
Sometimes humans beahve as if the earth solely belong to us. It also belongs to the animals...I don't know what else to say except feel outrage on behalf of the camles.

Good post:)

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August 12, 2009 at 9:17 PM delete

poor camels... they just tried to survive. wish they found solution to control the camel population

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workhard
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August 13, 2009 at 10:20 AM delete

That is so sad.. i didnt know they were brutally killing camels..

Work from home

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