So PETA wants hunters to know that if they get up to nefarious, cruel, or just plain stupid activity, they might be observed by Air Angels.
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On its Web site, PETA insists that 60 percent of the animals that are shot by hunters stagger off into the woods, where they die in pain.
How they calculated that figure is, of course, open to conjecture. However, the organization says its drones are going to be flying around in search of nasty activity such as “failing to follow an injured deer, laying bait to lure geese, or leaving bear cubs orphaned.”
Oh, and PETA wants people to buy their drones and begin following hunters themselves.
Meh. A drone from PETA? Think of it as another trap shooting opportunity.
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