October 23, 2021

Bullwinkle The Moose Foils Poaching Attempt

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In Nova Scotia, a father and son team found out how costly it is to shoot a mechanical moose named Bullwinkle. The robotic moose has been used in stings in the mainland to rout out moose poachers. The moose is considered an endangered species and efforts are underway to protect it.

Francis Langille 52, of Liscomb and his son Trevor, 24 or Halifax both pleaded guilty. Each had to pay a fine of $8,100, lost their rifles and privileges to hunt – the younger Langille for 20 years and the elder for 10 years.

I guess if your dumb enough to shoot at a robot, your dumb enough to pay the fine.

Tom Remington

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