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Debate: Kangaroo culling in Australia

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 +The RSPCA is the Royal Society for the Protectin of Cruelty to Animals. This organisation always looks into the best interests of animals. If the RSPCA are for the cull, obviously there must be a reason, and that reason is that roos are over-populating, causing problems and are running out of resources.
=====Kangaroos are causing problems in Australia.===== =====Kangaroos are causing problems 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.

The RSPCA is the Royal Society for the Protectin of Cruelty to Animals. This organisation always looks into the best interests of animals. If the RSPCA are for the cull, obviously there must be a reason, and that reason is that roos are over-populating, causing problems and are running out of resources.

Kangaroos are causing problems in Australia.

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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