Culling is the practice of removing defect foods from a harvest or defect animals from breeding populations.
Historically, culling was only employed if there was a serious inhibitor to the health of a group of animals or a crop.
And if culling was necessary, it didn’t mean death for the animal like it does in Bangladesh.
Dog Culling Is Illegal In Bangladesh
The animal protection laws go all the way back to 1920 in Bangladesh.
The Cruelty to Animals Act legally forbids dog culling, and those who are caught are supposed to be fined or serve jail time.