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Steven Lee Hall Jr.,
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I really enjoy the show except when they show Erik hunting for fur. It's one thing to hunt for food that you need to survive, but to kill animals just to sell their fur and then to call it harvesting, to make yourself feel better is disgusting, If you can't survive up there, without money then "MOVE" no one forced you to live out there. You harvest "crops" and replant for the next year. All your doing is killing valuable lives for profit. Makes me sick. If it wasn't for this guy acting like it's OK just to go out and kill two foxes or a wolf just for money is wrong, just another show validating that men only care about their instant gratification, and never think about preservation of species .
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