A black eye

S.C. hunters' use of poison-tipped arrows causes uproar

This poison-carrying arrow was among the evidence seized by Colorado Parks and Wildlife in the recent poaching case against four men from South Carolina. When the arrow strikes an animal, the pod releases a strong paralytic that causes the animal to stop breathing.



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This poison-carrying arrow was among the evidence seized by Colorado Parks and Wildlife in the recent poaching case against four men from South Carolina. When the arrow strikes an animal, the pod releases a strong paralytic that causes the animal to stop breathing.

In what at first sounds like something from the 1972 movie “Deliverance,” four South Carolina hunters recently were found guilty of using poison arrows to kill deer in…




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