Here's how a "den hunt" in Russia goes down. On snowmobile, an armed Russian guide with a dog takes you to a cave where a bear is hibernating. The guide lets the dog rouse the bear from a deep sleep and when she/he comes groggily out of the cave to see what all the ruckus is about, you then put the bear in your cross hairs and fire what you hope is a fatal shot. Should two bears wake up, you might experience an extra thrill and take that one out too. When mother bears are killed, baby bears are left to fend for themselves. You can imagine how well that works out. Fortunately, IFAW helps orphaned bears when it can.
SIGN A PETITION TO END THE DEN HUNTS
Read how an adventure hunting outfit in Russia describes this kill for thrill hunt. I hope you'll sign a petition to end this atrocious type of "hunting". Who are the people who take delight in killing these bears??!
Straight from IFAW:
IFAW is helping to rehabilitate Russian bear cubs orphaned by hunters so they can be released to protected forests. They are also campaigning for a ban on killing hibernating bears in Russia, which leaves hundreds of cubs to die. GO TO THEIR WEBSITE
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This is a sickening sight, and to think that in the 21st centry, creatures that pass for humans could sink this low.
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