Episode 4: Do real animal lovers hunt?

Hunting, or being hunted, is probably the most basic, primitive way the human-animal relationship plays out.  But in the 21st century, is hunting something we should evolve away from, or could it help save the world? Listen in on the debate with Lily Raff McCaulou, author of The Call of the Mild: Learning to Hunt My Own Dinner, and Mark Rowlands, whose books include The Philosopher and The Wolf.  We'll also why the hunting question may just be more pressing than you think, with Jim Sterba, the author of Nature Wars.  And let us know where you come down on the question of to hunt, or not to hunt. 

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