Actually, it's real good for Bambi & her friends. Culling the herd helps the overall health of the remaining population. It also helps cut down on tics. If left unchecked, without any natural predators the herd would eventually get culled naturally, through disease and starvation.pitdaddy wrote:So I'm going to show my ignorance and say that I had to google this. This doesn't sound good to Bambi and all her friends!
Muther wrote:In addition to disease and starvation for population control, the increased herd size could very likely INCREASE the population size of the high order predators we already know are there.
Muther wrote:I was talking about the bums.
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