Far Cry 3's open world is one of the most interesting and intricate game environments we've ever played in. There are radio towers to climb, vehicles to commandeer, treasures to find, side quests to unlock, and tons more. It engages you in a million ways, and it's even easy to get around.

Early on in the game, we found ourselves ignoring missions in favor of simply hunting; we were frustrated by low inventory capacities, and we sought to remedy that by gathering materials from the wildlife found all over Far Cry 3's Rook Island. We spent hours just hunting down a half dozen or more of each type of animal.

It was during that time that we discovered all the awesome interactions you can have with the animals of Far Cry 3—and we realized that PETA, which often targets video games for some reason, probably won't approve of any of them.

You know what, though? That just makes Far Cry 3 even more fun. Read on!