- Sep 2007
- N48 51.489 E2 17.67119
The Environmental Protection Agency has recently reauthorized the use of controversial chemical traps to kill coyotes, dogs, foxes and other wild animals across the U.S. These "cyanide bombs" are meant to protect livestock although some environmental groups are calling for a nationwide ban and saying they are inhumane.
According to a recent interim decision, EPA officials approved the use of M-44 devices, which trap wildlife with bait before releasing sodium cyanide into their mouths, killing them.
The devices "inhumanely and indiscriminately killing thousands of animals every year," according to the Center for Biological Diversity
Jesus, what kind of people are we.