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Game Changer: Hunters Use Drones to Track Prey

While this technological advancement is undoubtedly useful, should it really be used as hunting gear? Your thoughts?
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Tracking big game takes skill. Hunters must know the valleys and rivers and watch closely for fresh prints, droppings and tree rubbings. It takes time and patience before they can raise their scope and fire.

The latest gadget in hunting equipment could make the process a little less challenging.

Drone usage is already infiltrating farming, real estate marketing, sports photography, wildlife research and highway monitoring. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) also began selling the “Air Angel” drone to monitor hunters. So while hunters survey animals, PETA will be surveying the hunters. While this technological advancement is undoubtedly useful, should it really be used as hunting gear?

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