Should the U.S. ban the use of cyanide traps? | The Tylt
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is halting use of the M-44 cyanide trap in Idaho after teenager Canyon Mansfield was injured and his dog was killed after an accidental trap release. A USDA fact sheet says the M-44 is essential in protecting livestock and is the best option to control predators. Other traps cause animals to suffer for longer. Wildlife advocates say the traps are indiscriminate and should be banned. What do you think?
Should the U.S. ban the use of cyanide traps?
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