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They have adapted to Australia’s diverse environments, establishing themselves in farmland, deserts, grasslands and wet coastal plains, and causing havoc to native flora and fauna.

“Rabbits are very good at finding the seedlings of shrubs when they are very small and grazing them out to the extent where the native shrubs are completely unable to regenerate,” says Mutze.

Rabbits also threaten some of our native burrowing animals, such as the bilby and the burrowing bettong, by moving into their existing burrows and competing for food.” —Zukerman, W. (April 8, 2009). Australia’s Battle with the Bunny . Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

For example, PETA emphasizes the problems with predation when discussing reintroducing predators to ecosystems, but the benefits when discussing hunting, suggesting that their position on predation depends on whether it’s already occurring, a very different approach from the one they take to other issues.

“Reintroducing wolves and other predators into an environment that has been free of such animals for a long time is also traumatic for the animals who already live there, such as deer, birds, and any other animals who suddenly find themselves being stalked and attacked.” —PETA. Animal Rights Uncompromised: Predator-Reintroduction Programs .

“Natural predators help keep prey species strong by killing the only ones they can catch—the sick and weak.” —PETA. Without hunting, deer and other animals would overpopulate and die of starvation .

“The only truly humane foods are those that don’t come from animals.” —PETA. The Organic and ‘Free-Range’ Myth .

“In an e-mail message, I described Polyface and asked him about the implications for his position of the Good Farm—one where animals got to live according to their nature and to all appearances did not suffer.

“I agree with you that it is better for these animals to have lived and died than not to have lived at all,” Singer wrote back. Since the utilitarian is concerned exclusively with the sum of happiness and suffering and the slaughter of an animal that doesn’t comprehend that death need not involve suffering, the Good Farm adds to the total of animal happiness, provided you replace the slaughtered animal with a new one. However, he added, this line of thinking doesn’t obviate the wrongness of killing an animal that ‘has a sense of its own existence over time and can have preferences for its own future.’” —Pollan, M. (November 10, 2002). AllhqFashion Womens Soft Material Round Closed Toe Assorted Color Lowtop HighHeels Boots Pink vpOcwEkl
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Most animal advocates still believe that farming is negative for animals on balance, but some, such as one commenter on the piece quoted below, think that in addition to ending farming it would be morally obligatory to continue supporting animals on sanctuaries. “If there were no money in farm animals anymore, the meat and dairy industry wouldn’t bother breeding and feeding them either. That makes sense, and is likely a reality we would have to face.

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Sample mean of estimates under uncontaminated data. The is the true parameter

Fig. 2

Sample mean-squared error of estimates under uncontaminated data

Fig. 3

Sample mean of estimates, case 1 with  = 0.01 and  = − 15

Fig. 4

Sample mean-squared error of estimates, case 1 with  = 0.01 and  = − 15

Fig. 5

Sample mean of estimates, case 2 with c = 100 and  = 0.001

Fig. 6

Sample mean-squared error of estimates, case 2 with c = 100 and  = 0.001

Fig. 7

Sample mean of estimates, case 3 with k = 2 and  = 0.005

Fig. 8

Sample mean-squared error of estimates, case 3 with k = 2 and  = 0.005

From Figs. 1 and 2 , we can observe that only three methods of five estimators are very close to the true value in mean, namely, {\widehat{\alpha}}_{\mathrm{ML}} , {\widehat{\alpha}}_{\mathrm{ANA}} and {\widehat{\alpha}}_{\mathrm{RW}} , and the farthest estimators from the true value are {\widehat{\alpha}}_{LC\mathrm{um}} and {\widehat{\alpha}}_{M\mathrm{om}12} , when α  = − 5. In most cases, all methods have very similar mean-squared error in the lager sample data, thus, we cannot decide which one is the best. However, our proposed method is better than other four methods especially when L  = 3 and L  = 8.

Figures 3 and 4 show the influence of the perturbation in contaminated cases. As expected, it is more obvious. With the increase of the number of sample, the proposed estimation is further away from the contamination, and the mean-squared errors of {\widehat{\alpha}}_{\mathrm{RW}} is smaller than that of {\widehat{\alpha}}_{\mathrm{ANA}} , {\widehat{\alpha}}_{\mathrm{ML}} , {\widehat{\alpha}}_{LC\mathrm{um}} , {\widehat{\alpha}}_{M\mathrm{om}12} for L  = 3, 8. But all methods do not have clear distinction for L  = 1 except that {\widehat{\alpha}}_{\mathrm{RW}} is at least very competitive in the case of α  = − 3.

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