Why shouldn't we eat endangered species?

October 28, 2008 12:41am CST
Considering the tremendous success that using North American Bison as food has been toward their proliferation. why don't we do more of it? When I was a kid, bison were barely a few thousand and nearly extinct. Now some 30 years or so later. there are vast numbers of them. Once people stopped shooting them for fun(hardly could be called hunting)and people started raising them as livestock (for food and other cattle products)they became valuable. Why don't we do this with other potentially tasty endangered species(like various types of fish and fowl especially)?
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@pryce_mbg (716)
• Philippines
30 Oct 08
we shouldn't eat those because as you said, they are already considered as endandered! people are preserving the lives of the remaining animals who are already endangered for them to multiply again lol..