The Ultimate Internet Hunting Quiz
by Staff
The controversial practice of Internet hunting lets you hunt wild animals from your computer, with the help of a remote-controlled rifle and a camera. Many U.S. states have banned Internet hunting, which opponents say is not about hunting, but about cold killing. Take this quiz to learn more about the pros and cons of Internet hunting.

In which did year did Internet hunting come into existence?

  • 2005
  • 2006
  • 2007

Which of these is an important tool used in Internet hunting?

  • remote-controlled helicopter
  • remote-controlled rifle
  • remote-controlled car

Which of these hunting activities resembles Internet hunting most?

  • duck hunting
  • fox hunting
  • canned hunt

What type of hunter did the founder of Internet hunting thought would benefit most from this form of hunting?

  • disabled people
  • rich people
  • Wall Street people

How many U.S. states have banned Internet hunting?

  • more than 40
  • more than 30
  • more than 10

Which among these is a main reason people disapprove of Internet hunting?

  • depletion of wild animals
  • expensive cost
  • use of remote-controlled guns

Which was the first state to ban Internet hunting?

  • Virginia
  • California
  • Alaska

Which U.S. organization is pushing for a federal ban on Internet hunting?

  • The U.S. Audubon Society
  • The U.S. Humane Society
  • The U.S. Red Cross Society

Which of these organizations campaigns against Internet hunting?

  • National Military Wives Association
  • National Hunters' Association
  • National Rifle Association

In which year was a bill against Internet hunting introduced in the U.S. Senate?

  • 2007
  • 2008
  • 2009

Which is another reason activists are seeking a federal ban on Internet hunting?

  • The Internet is under federal jurisdiction.
  • The Internet is both interstate and international in scope.
  • The Internet is an international subject.

How many states do not have laws against cruelty to pets?

  • 21
  • 14
  • 7

Which state has no laws against cruelty to pets, but bans Internet hunting?

  • Utah
  • New Mexico
  • Florida

What hunting method is cited by supporters of Internet hunting as similar to it?

  • The way hunters use rifles in the hunt.
  • The way some hunters conceal themselves in blinds.
  • The way hunters use cameras to find animals.

What demographic other than disabled persons may find Internet hunting beneficial?

  • seamen
  • doctors
  • military personnel

Other than remote hunting services, what other service do Internet hunting providers provide?

  • taxidermy
  • photo-sharing
  • social networking

According to animal activists, what hunting tradition is violated by Internet hunting?

  • first come, first served
  • fair chase
  • first kill

Which organization is against Internet hunting, although it supports hunting exotic animals?

  • Diners' Club
  • Sierra Club
  • Safari Club International

How is traditional hunting better than Internet hunting?

  • nurture companionship
  • save money
  • improve health

What is also a reason why many states are banning Internet hunting?

  • Internet hunting leads to a decrease in sale of firearms.
  • Internet hunting requires no previous knowledge of local and state laws regarding hunting or wildlife.
  • Internet hunting is killing local businesses.