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Should Bullfighting be Banned?
Following a court order banning jallikattu, a form of bullfighting in Tamil Nadu, India, some native breeds used for the sport are on the verge of
This was only proclaimed by one bullfighting supporter and lacks
It is difficult to imagine a whole breed becoming extinct within the year that's passed since the ban on bullfighting in India.
The breeds in question were under
threat of extinction
at least as far back as 2010, long before the ban. Clearly, bullfighting does little to preserve these species.
They are breeds, not species. The extinction of a breed is meaningless, If we take a bull from that stock and breed it with a Norman dairy cow, we create a new breed. When that cow dies, that breed is extinct.. nothing lost, and the breed can be recreated at any time.