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Should Bullfighting be Banned?
Adrenaline can help
, thus the bull doesn't really suffer in the ring because its adrenaline is pumping so fiercely.
Stress levels are
higher during the transport phase
than when the bull is in the ring. Also, during fighting, the bull segregates hormones that help neutralise pain.
Reduction in experienced pain does not mean elimination of pain.
Appraisals of the
relative level of distress
demonstrated by bulls during bullfights by veterinarians support the conclusion that the bulls are suffering.
It is possible for women to produce endorphins during childbirth. Doctors won't deny them painkillers, though.
There are numerous scientific studies that prove that bulls do
in the ring.