Sport hunting still happens in areas around the world, including in jurisdictions where it has been banned or restricted. Some countries allow hunting in national parks. Canned hunts, trophy hunting of vulnerable species, and hunting animals who may have offspring dependant on them are all still legal practices. Investigations have also exposed hunters using illegal methods, such as hunting with dogs in the UK, and killing non-target species, including endangered species. Hunt sabbing, the practice of deliberately sabotaging a hunt, involves scaring away target animals, laying false trails, and disrupting the path of hunters.