Group of wild boars seen east of Toronto sparks concern 1

Group of wild boars seen east of Toronto sparks concern


Several sightings of a group of wild boars in the Pickering, Ont. area east of Toronto have prompted efforts to trap and contain them by the province.

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  1. Only one answer… End them NOW !! BEFORE THEY MULTIPLE!!
    I’ve lived in Germany and here in the South the damage, to land and animals, boars cause is almost unfathomable.

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  2. Trap & remove them? Gimme a break!
    Open limitless hunting. They need to be *eradicated,* not kept alive until the next breakout! Slaughter them all, and feed the hungry or something.

  3. They are going to catch them and put them down Humanely ,sorry if their not screaming in pain when they do it .

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