This series has prompted many responses, all positive, except for one hate letter which is included below. First of all, hunting for food is understandable. But hunting for the sake of killing and mounting the heads of the animal on a wall like the restaurant in Rio Vista as detailed in part 3, is totally wrong. It is understandable how people who live on farms grow food in the field and slaughter animals for food.
However, any time an animal is put down for any reason, it should be quick and humane. NEVER should suffering be caused to any creature for any reason.
My outrage is over the use of CRUELTY, like the Asians who skin animals alive for their fur as shown in Part 3.
There was the film clip on TV showing a Rhino that had just had his nose horn brutally sawed off by poachers for the money to be received by it, while the poor Rhino is lying on the ground with gasping groans because of this unthinkable cruelty to him by humans.
Then there is the clip of rabbits being taken from their cages, clubbed in the head, then jammed onto meat hooks. Many of the rabbits were not rendered unconsicous by the blow to the head and while still alive are jammed on the meat hooks, the hook tearing into their backs to keep them in place.