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Re-Post : Teach Animal Welfare In UK Schools 'Please Read & Sign'
Animals  (tags: education, AnimalWelfare, children, treatment, nutrition, protection, health, food, study, internet, cats, dogs, animals, wildanimals, wildlife )

Borg
- 463 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
I have heard stories of how some child at school Kicked a hedgehog or a cat, or threw a stone at a dog or worse. In one case I actually heard that a child flushed a live hamster down the toilet, just to see what would happen. These are very sad cases...
Nature of EAGLES *** Picture Galley ***
Animals  (tags: conservation, environment, Bald Eagles, Observation, Study, protection, wildanimals )

Frans
- 474 days ago - pbase.com
This gallery features eagle portraits, and behavior in the winters of 2005-2013 in their wild and natural worlds along the Squamish, Manquam, and Cheakamus Rivers in British Columbia, Canada. During winters Bald Eagles gather on salmon rivers to feed ...
Biofluorescent Fish Light Up the Deep: Photos
Animals  (tags: fish, glowing, scientist, study, identification, photosenvironment )

Giana
- 497 days ago - news.discovery.com
Nearly 180 species of fish that glow have been identified in a new study led by scientists from the American Museum of Natural History. Beautiful photos.
Great Whites Could Be Longest-Lived Sharks
Animals  (tags: white sharks, study, longest lived sharks, interesting )

Giana
- 500 days ago - news.discovery.com
Could "Jaws" have been a senior citizen? A new study finds that great white sharks live long lives and could be the longest-lived sharks on the planet.
Ants Stay Clean By Squirting Antimicrobials From Their Butts
Animals  (tags: insects, ants, clean, squirting, antimicrobials, butts, interesting, research, study )

Giana
- 517 days ago - uk.news.yahoo.com
Ants may not seem particularly germaphobic, since they live in bacteria-rich dirt and often eat decaying plants and animals. But some ants have evolved to be quite fastidious sanitizers, regularly bathing themselves in antimicrobial secretions.
Snowy-Owl Migration to US One of Biggest on Record
Animals  (tags: Snowy Owls, US, great numbers, study, interesting, wildlife, habitat, environment )

Giana
- 522 days ago - uk.news.yahoo.com
Snowy owls -- large, fluffy, white birds typically found in the Arctic and rarely seen south of the Great Lakes -- have swooped down upon the eastern United States in greater numbers than at any time in at least 50 years, one bird expert says.
How Dog and Cat Whiskers Work
Animals  (tags: dogs, cats, pets, whiskers, study )

Giana
- 573 days ago - shine.yahoo.com
They're not just there for looks. The hairs detect air currents, send prey information and even serve as a measuring device.
Re-Post : End All Animal Exploitation at University of Utah Please Sign!!
Animals  (tags: research, scientists, GeneticEngineering, illness, science, study, safety, disease, drugs, medicine, protection, animalwelfare, ethics, abuse, law )

Borg
- 577 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Rats, mice, birds, amphibians and other animals have been excluded from coverage by the Animal Welfare Act. Therefore research facility reports do not include these animals Jan. 31, 2013 - University of Utah researchers decoded the genetic blueprint of
Stop Procter & Gamble From Testing On Animals Please Sign !!
Animals  (tags: animals, abuse, activists, ethics, humans, dishonesty, abuse, lies, animalcruelty, protection, law, death, world, medicine, study, treatment, money, technology, research, scientists )

Borg
- 582 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
(P&G), Proud Sponger of Mum's & Your Worth It are just 2 taglines that encourage customers to buy their products. They have a long and extensive history of engaging in cruel animal testing on its portfolio of products
Migrating Birds Fly Nonstop for More Than Six Months
Animals  (tags: animals, study, research, bird migration, interesting )

Cal
- 592 days ago - latimes.com
Talk about a red-eye flight! After attaching electronic monitors to half a dozen Alpine swifts, researchers say they were shocked to discover that migrating birds flew nonstop for 200 days.
Wolves Identified By Unique Howls, May Help Rare Species
Animals  (tags: wolves, animals, animaladvocates, protection, habitat, environment, wildlife, study, howling, ID, individualGoodNews )

Giana
- 661 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
New method lets scientists ID howling wolves with total accuracy. A new, more sophisticated method for analyzing sound recordings of wild wolf howls can, with absolute accuracy, tell individual wolves apart-and may even help save the old dog.
Scientists Discover What's Killing the Bees and It's Worse Than You Thought
Animals  (tags: Scientists, Killing, Bees, Study, Deaths, Results, Difficult )

Merissa
- 666 days ago - qz.com
A new study has pinpointed some of the probable causes of bee deaths and the rather scary results show that averting beemageddon will be much more difficult than previously thought.
Dogs See In Color, Not Black & White; What This Means For Pet Owners
Animals  (tags: dogs, see color, study, interesting, humans, pets )

Giana
- 671 days ago - health.yahoo.net
Contrary to what we once thought, dogs aren't limited to a world of blacks, whites, and greys; in fact, they can recognize the color of an object better than the brightness of it.
Apes and Human Babies Use Similar Gestures
Animals  (tags: Apes, human infants, study, research, gestures )

Giana
- 713 days ago - news.discovery.com
Ape and human infants at comparable stages of development use similar gestures, such as pointing or lifting their arms to be picked up, new research suggests.
Protect Romanian Horses From Slaughter By Putting Them Back on Public Roads
Animals  (tags: healthcare, illness, diet, nutrition, prevention, safety, risks, research, treatment, study, health, disease, food, animalwelfare, animalcruelty, abused, abuse, animaladvocates, animalrights, cruelty, death, protection, suffering, sadness, slaughter )

Kelly
- 755 days ago - forcechange.com
The recent attention given to the horse meat mislabeling scandals within the European Union left many feeling that the back-door horse meat processing industry had been effectively wiped out.

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