Animal rights group flies camera over pigeon hunt, hunters shoot it11/20/2012
An animal rights group thought it could keep an eye on a group of pigeon hunters by flying a remote-controlled video camera over their hunting ground. But apparently, SHowing Animals Respect and Kindness, also known as SHARK, didn't realize that what goes up must come down, typically with bullet holes in its sides. SHARK's drone had been filming what the group considered to be a "cruel pigeon shoot" at Pennsylvania's Wing Pointe hunting ground on Sunday when its feed — and camera — went dead after being shot by a hunter. After the incident, both sides were equally defiant. "When they do this, it only makes us more determined," SHARK's president said. "Send more drones, we need the practice," one commenter responded. [Source]
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