Alaska agency mulls use of stun guns to control wildlife populations

06/11/2010 | AOL News

Wildlife officials in Alaska are considering the use of stun guns to help control the growing population of large wild animals in the state. According to this article, the AVMA says stun guns should not be used on animals, adding that "there is a lack of credible data on their safety and effectiveness in animal control situations."

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