Convulsions of hunted animals information request

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    Here in CZ, we had no rabies case since the mid 90s. Fox vaccination seems to be the good step. They spread the bait with it from planes every year.

    We got some videos for our research, but I still need more cases.
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    Botulotoxine suppresses any muscular activity. It is strange, because he had strong spinal response as you described. It seems to be the some kind of brain diseaseI think. Did he show the "run" like movements few minutes after the shot?
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    Here is the small example of brain dead animal and the clonic convulsions:

    video
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    Yes, that's truth, horses are more sensitive to many plant and bacteria toxines than cows.
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    Had he some muscle twitches or palseys, before the execution?
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    we dont have a season for feral animals , you see them you shoot them but when somne breed up like camels last year and donkeys 4-5 years back the government will organise a cull , but i've not been able to get my butt organised the past 18 months , been busy building up the farm etc ..
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    I have read that feral donkeys are big problem now.
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    yes , but the animal rights folks are blocking every hunt so the shooters cant shoot if theres trespassers


    its crazy and when the droughts come again as they always do as thats the norm here , the donkeys will eat the food the natives and other animals eat and all will starve

    then we'll get scenes like this

    30,000 dead camels around one last water hole
    15,000 roo's

    5-6,0000 donkeys
    and thousand s of other animals

    a big roo drinks 600 ml a day

    a big donkey 5 litres

    a camel the same

    1000 donkeys equals 8000 roo's

    it stuffs the whole natural balance

    see roo's slow down reproduction in hard times ,

    non natives dont

    .. its destroying the eco system mate

    nothing less

    we gotta get rid of em

    but what can you do ?

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    Interesting picture

    The imported species are always problem. We have the problem with imported weeds here in Central Europe. And with poisonous spiders too.

    roos are ok, they belong to Australia, but donkeys and camels doesn't
    it may cause the BIG damage to the enviroment.
    I didn't know situation is so critical.
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    Happy New Year for everyone
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