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Old June 27th, 2010, 07:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Gail P View Post
I am not a trapper but one thing I'd like to point out is that it is highly unlikely any animal is going to suffer heat stroke while caught in a trap. Open season for all but a very few furbearers is only during the colder months, ranging between Oct. to March (some until May) depending on species. Neither does starvation occur in a 24 hour period.
Heat stroke can occur while sitting in a trap. I have witnessed animals have heat stoke while trapped. Domestic and wildlife. Also depending on their current body condition at the time of trapping, an animal can strave within a 24 hour period.

I'll check the link again...seems to work on my end.
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