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Is killing vampires immoral?
Humans killing vampires would be 'ecology as normal'; a completely amoral circumstance in which two species compete for space and resources.
It is immoral that a lion kills an antelope, it is merely the circle of life and a natural part of any harmonious ecosystem. Vampires hunting humans is no different.
The ability to abstractly comprehend consequences and value (which humans can) begins to derive moral responsibility. Therefore, there are such a thing as morals, and human activity should not be considered simply 'ecology as normal'.
Since vampires are arguably human-like in their levels of intelligence and their potential for empathy and morality, it is not amoral to hunt and kill them.