Socio-Economic Investigation and Analysis of Wildlife Hunting Behavior
In order to make the wildlife survive better and protect the diversity of wildlife, some hunting behaviors of hunters and the living conditions and economic conditions of villagers in surrounding areas are analyzed to find out several important factors of hunting behavior of hunters, so as to take certain measures to ensure the abundance of wildlife in the region. The results show that the main factors affecting hunting behavior are the species of animals and the commercial purpose of hunting. Moreover, hunters of different ages use different hunting tools, and the resulting benefits are also affected by wildlife species. In the study, it is also found that hunters also have the choice to protect during hunting, but the hunting tools they used are more random and cannot predict the species of wildlife. This behavior has little impact on the economic situation of the African region, and a certain degree of hunting is helpful to ensure biodiversity. Therefore, to some extent, the hunting behavior of wildlife in Africa can ensure the biodiversity of the region and the long-term development of hunting behavior.