The Inquirer explores hunting preserves, enclosed areas where trophy-quality and exotic animals can be killed by hunters for a fee. Animal rights activists are appalled. Members of hunting groups that advocate "ethical," non-fenced hunting label the hunts "despicable." Canned-hunt owners say no one can tell them what to do on their own property. The controversial issue is that the animals don't seem to stand a chance. Many such hunts guarantee a kill, and customers rarely need hunting licenses and may hunt out of season.
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