A. to protect animals from being hunted
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a I think too
to protect animals
If hunting is prohibited, a game reserve may be considered a nature reserve; however, because the focus of a game reserve is specifically the animals (fauna), whereas a nature reserve also if not equally is concerned with all aspects of naturally-occurring life in the area (plants, animals, insects, etc.).
Option A, to protect animals from hunting, is the right answer.
A game reserve is a sphere where the mammals live securely or are hunted in a controlled method for entertainment. It is regarded as the game reserve because hunting takes place in these spheres if hunting is banned in such spheres they will convert into nature reserves; as the patron provides facilities to the animals of the reserved sphere. Moreover, animals in such reserves live with protection or free from the fear of common people.
The primary purpose of a game reserve is so wildlife can be hunted in a controlled amount and so wildlife can live safely as well as ecosystems are protected.
Game = animals and reserve = to hold back
In other words, holding back animals from being hunted.
To protect animals from hunting
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I think B is right one
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