But without the humanoid raw material, unless of course a factory worker falls in the hopper, which I'd rather not contemplate.
The problem isn't harvesting them easily. New Orleans sends their SWAT sniper teams in the back of pick up trucks and they use a semi-scilenced .22 and just kill them all night long once a week. They can get over 100 in a night. And thats just in the city.Invasive species, whether the Asian Carp in North American rivers, the Nutria rodents burrowing holes in the levies in New Orleans, the python invasion of the Florida Everglades, the ravaging camels herds of the Australian outback, or the global pandemic of wild and feral hogs, all hold the promise of vast economic returns as the protein ingredient of commerical fish or livestock feed.
Anyone who can figure out a way to harvest any one of those pesky critters by the ton, without adversely affecting the environment, would rake in stupendous profits processing that flesh and bone into protein powder, and marketing it to fish farmers or pet food manufacturers.
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