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Debate: Kangaroo culling in Australia

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Should Australian people be culling kangaroos?

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Background and Context of Debate:

Argument 1

Yes

It is important that kangaroos don't overpopulate.

No

Kangaroos are part of Australia's identity.

Argument 2

Yes

There must be a reason why the RSPCA are for the idea.

No

Kangaroos have been a part of Native Aboriginal culture for thousands of years.

Argument 3

Yes

If the kangaroos aren't killed in controlled conditions, they'll die out eventually.
  • Kangaroos are over-populating Australia. Australia is baron and is currently experiencing a drought. Food resources for the local kangaroos are getting low and kangaroos are running out of survival options.
  • If kangaroos are not killed under controlled conditions, they will eventually die out and die slowly and painlessly. A cull is killing a small number quickly and painlessly and is necessary to ensure kangaroos do not become endangered.

No

Argument 4

Yes

Culling is not slaughtering and will not endanger Australia's kangaroos.

No

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