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22,571. We ain’t hunting him; he’s hunting us. (GBH Film & Hunt) First Blood 1982 starring Sylvester Stallone & Richard Crenna & Brian Dennehy & Bill McKinney & Jack Starrett & Michael Talbott & Chris Mulkey & John McLiam et al, director Ted Kotcheff, rozzer
24,555. I am Tosk. (Star Trek & Hunting) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Captive Pursuit s1e6 first station visitor from Gamma quadrant
24,556. The most disappointing hunt in memory. (Star Trek & Hunting) ibid. invading lizard-bloke
24,557. He has been bred for the hunt. His entire reason to exist is the hunt, to make it as exciting, as interesting, as he can. (Star Trek & Hunting) ibid.
24,558. I am Tosk. The hunted. I live to outwit the hunters for another day. To survive until I die with honour. (Star Trek & Hunt) ibid.
25,424. Who is hunting the hunters? (Star Trek & Hunting) Star Trek: Voyager: Prey s4e16, Janeway to Chakotay & Seven of Nine
25,425. Something tells me the hunt for Voyager is far from over. (Star Trek & Hunting) ibid. Janeway
25,430. Never underestimate your prey or disrespect its abilities; if you do, you will become the hunted. (Star Trek & Hunting) Star Trek: Voyager: The Killing Game I s4e18, Hirogen to German officer
25,433. My people are hunting themselves to extinction. (Star Trek & Hunting) Star Trek: Voyager: The Killing Game II s4e19, Hirogen to Janeway
25,675. Never let your prey control the hunt. (Star Trek & Hunt) Star Trek: Voyager: Flesh & Blood I s7e9, Hirogen to Hirogen
51,734. The leaf-eaters didn’t have everything their own way: there were also hunters in the forest. (Animals & Hunting) David Attenborough, Life on Earth XI: The Hunters and the Hunted
51,735. So the long duels between the hunter and hunted fought out on the open plain led to a great development of teamwork and communication. (Animals & Hunting) ibid.
52,115. The long duels between hunter and hunted fought out on the open plains led to a great development of team work and communication. (Animals & Mammals & Hunter & Duel) David Attenborough: Life on Earth: Mammals (revised series)
52,556. Barely a week old they are fearless. Learning to negotiate these cliffs is central to their [Ibex] survival ... (Animals & Hunting & Mammals) David Attenborough, Life: Hunters and Hunted e7
52,557. The rain forests of Belize in central America. And as evening falls and the shower comes to an end a predator begins to hunt: the greater bulldog bat, a flying mammal and a fisherman. (Animals & Hunting & Bats & Mammals) ibid.
52,558. A young stoat ... Stalking, chasing and ambushing all practised in play. (Animals & Hunting & Mammals) ibid.
52,559. Mammals must deploy their most sophisticated weapon: their brains. (Animals & Hunting & Mammals) ibid.
52,560. Bottlenose dolphins: and they are on a mission – a mission to catch fish ... The dolphins have a plan. They have learnt to corral the fish by working as a team ... This behaviour is unique to the dolphins of Florida Bay. (Animals & Hunting & Dolphins & Fish & Mammals) ibid.
52,561. A brown bear. Here they grow larger than anywhere in the world. Other bears have also gathered at the edge of the surf. They’ve come here to fatten up for the winter. They’re waiting for an event that happens just once a year: the salmon run. (Animals & Hunting & Mammals & Bears & Fish) ibid.
52,562. The Ethiopian wolf. The only wolf in the whole of Africa. (Animals & Hunting & Mammals & Wolf) ibid.
52,563. A star-nosed mole. Possessor of perhaps the most extraordinary nose on the planet ... Few creatures can hunt equally successfully underground and underwater. (Animals & Hunting & Mammals & Nose) ibid.
52,564. Young elephant seals risk being dragged off the rocks by the surging waves and swept out into open water. (Animals & Hunting & Mammals & Seals) ibid.
93,703. The duels between hunter and hunted are as dramatic as any event in the natural world. The stakes could not be higher. For both it’s a matter of life and death. Yet surprisingly, it’s the hunters who usually fail. (Duel & Hunt) David Attenborough, The Hunt I: The Hardest Challenge, BBC 2015
52,097. Hi! handsome hunting man
Fire your little gun.
Bang! Now the animal
is dead and dumb and done.
Nevermore to peep again, creep again, leap again,
Eat or sleep or drink again. Oh, what fun! (Animals & Hunting) Walter de la Mare, Rhymes and Verses: Collected Poems for Young People
32,139. By 1993, the Duke of Edinburgh, the owner of 56 shooting rifles, had brought down 30,000 birds from the skies, he’d killed two crocodiles as well as scores of wild boar, several hundred Scottish stags and an Indian tiger. (Elizabeth II & Royal Family & Animals & Hunting) Royal Babylon *****
76,698. I eat therefore I hunt. (Hunt & Eat) Sarah Palin
76,699. Oh very good, we should go hunting together. Well I think we could have a lot of fun together. As for getting work done, we can kill two birds with one stone that way. Sarah Palin, Canadian DJ prank call posing as French president
76,700. Be, baby bunting,
Daddy’s gone a-hunting
Gone to get a rabbit skin
To wrap the baby bunting in. Gammer Gurton’s Garland 1784
76,701. Detested sport,
That owes its pleasure to another’s pain. (Hunting & Foxes & Sport) William Cowper 1731-1800, The Task 1785
76,702. Hunting is not a sport. In a sport both sides should know they’re in the game. (Hunting & Sport) Paul Rodriguez
76,703. The time will come when public opinion will no longer tolerate amusements based on the mistreatment and killing of animals. The time will come, but when? When will we reach the point that hunting, the pleasure of killing animals for sport, will be regarded as a mental aberration? Albert Schweitzer
76,704. It is very strange, and very melancholy, that the paucity of human pleasures should persuade us to ever call hunting one of them. Samuel Johnson
76,705. Even as Nimrod the mighty hunter before the Lord. Genesis 10:9
76,706. There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter. Ernest Hemingway