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15 New Species of Birds Discovered in Brazil
Animals  (tags: Birds, Amazon, Brazil, conservation, endangered, environment, investigation, protection, wildanimals )

Frans
- 536 days ago - wildlifeextra.com
15 new species of birds from the Brazilian Amazon will be formally described for the first time in a number of scientific articles published in July, and will also appear in a special volume of the Handbook of the birds of the world....
100 Amazon Bird Species Are at Greater Risk of Extinction Due to Deforestation
Animals  (tags: ecosystems, environment, destruction, deforestation, Amazon, animals, animalwelfare, animals, animaladvocates, environment, wildlife, wildanimals, protection, endangered, ethics )

Cal
- 924 days ago - motherjones.com
A new report released last week revealed that over 100 Amazon bird species are now at greater risk of becoming extinct due to increased deforestation.
ACTION ALERT: Save Amazon Song Birds! PLEASE SIGN !
Animals  (tags: song birds, amazon, brazil government, endangered, laws, protection )

Simone
- 927 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Several bird species hang in the balance as Brazil decides whether to destroy some more of its rainforest. Weakened forest laws, that will allow more logging and forgive law breakers, have already been approved by Brazil's congress.
ACTION ALERT: Amazon: Stop Selling Whale Meat! PLEASE SIGN !
Animals  (tags: whales, massacred, amazon, promoting whale meat, outrage, laws, conservation )

Simone
- 1035 days ago - all-creatures.org
Urge Amazon.com President & CEO Jeff Bezos to do the right thing by permanently and immediately banning the sale of all whale, dolphin and porpoise products on Amazon's web sites.
Amazon: Stop Selling Whale Meat! TAKE ACTION!
Animals  (tags: Amazon, whale, meat, AnimalCruelty, AnimalWelfare, conservation, endangered, cruelty, death, killing, protection, wildlife, suffering )

Lindsey
- 1037 days ago - secure.humanesociety.org
Japan continues to undermine international laws by hunting whales and trading in whale meat. These great whale species are afforded full legal protection by the International Whaling Commission (IWC) and the Convention on International Trade in Endangere
Stop Slaughter of Endangered Pink Dolphin In Amazon ACTION
Animals  (tags: pink dolphins, Amazon, Brazil, endangered, animal welfare )

Nancy
- 1054 days ago - forcechange.com
The pink dolphins of the Amazon are yet another casualty of competitive and merciless overfishing. Brazilians are killing an animal that is part of their country's ancient myth and folklore, but this kind animal so ingrained in Brazil's culture and envir
Study Rings Alarm Bells for Amazonian Wildlife
Animals  (tags: animals, animalwelfare, environment, Amazon, habitar loss, protection, humans, habitat, AnimalWelfare )

Cal
- 1194 days ago - birdlife.org
The Amazon is currently experiencing the highest absolute rate of forest loss globally. Yet the proportion of Amazonian species assessed as 'threatened' with extinction on the IUCN Red List is below the global average.
New Monkey Species Discovered in the Amazon
Animals  (tags: new, species, monkey, amazon, scientists, brazil, rainforest, protection, AnimalWelfare, animals, conservation, environment, ethics, habitat, protection, wildlife )

Andrea
- 1215 days ago - worldwildlife.org
Scientists have discovered a new species of monkey on an expedition into one of the least known areas of the Brazilian Amazon, highlighting the need for increased protection of rainforests.
Uncovering the Private Lives of Amazon Wildlife Through Camera Traps
Animals  (tags: animals, animalwelfare, wildlife, world, habitat, wildlife camera traps, biodiversity, Amazon, wildanimals, dogs, environment )

Cal
- 1313 days ago - news.mongabay.com
The Tiputini Biodiversity Station (TBS) rests in the Ecuadorian jungle across the river from Yasuni National Park. Here a camera trap program has led to a wealth of information, resulting in several research papers on an area of the Amazon that is largely
ACTION ALERT: Tell Amazon.Com to Stop Selling Animal-Fighting Books ! PLEASE SIGN PETITION !
Animals  (tags: sadistic cruelty, amazon, animal fighting books, animal cruelty, savage brutuality )

Simone
- 1499 days ago - animals.change.org
Recently, Amazon.com made the decision to stop selling a controversial book - The Pedophiles Guide to Love and Pleasure, which has been characterized as "a guide book on child molestation." Amazon should be commended for this, but their work isn't done
PETA Calls on Amazon to Pull Animal Fighting Books
Animals  (tags: amazon, selling dog fighting, animal fighting books, promoting horrific cruelty, suffering )

Simone
- 1499 days ago - animals.change.org
Animal fighting is cruel, inhumane, exploitative, and illegal. So why is Amazon.com selling "how-to" books for would-be animal fighting impresarios? PETA would like to know, and more importantly, they'd like Amazon.com to pull those books immediately.
Will Amazon Stop Selling Torture Guides? .- PLEASE Send Amazon Comments !
Animals  (tags: amazon, promoting animal cruelty, ban dogfighting, animal fighting books, animal welfare )

Simone
- 1500 days ago - peta.org
In light of news that Amazon.com has stopped selling a manual for pedophiles after a massive public outcry, PETA fired off a letter asking the online bookseller to protect other vulnerable beings by refusing to sell products that promote cruelty to animal
Behold: 1,200 New Species Discovered In The Amazon
Animals  (tags: Amazon, frog, new pecies, discovered )

Tarequl
- 1517 days ago - newsfeed.time.com
The WWF report reveals that a new species was discovered every three days from 1999-2009. Joining the jungle are 637 plants, 257 fish, 216 amphibians, 55 reptiles, 16 birds and 39 mammals. One of the most visually bizarre is the so called "Glass Frog,"
Scientists Discover New Bearded Monkey
Animals  (tags: animals, rainforest, monkeys, discovery, wildlife, Amazon )

Ana
- 1593 days ago - treehugger.com
Scientists Thomas Defler, Marta Bueno and Javier García have discovered a new species of monkey in the Caquetá region of southern Colombia. The region, which is part of the Amazon rainforest, had been inaccessible for years due to a violent insurgence.
SAVE THE PINK DOLPHINS IN THE AMAZON - TAKE ACTION
Animals  (tags: animals, dolphins, pink dolphins, amazon, wildanimals, wildlife, animalcruelty, animalrights, animalwelfare )

Yrna
- 1626 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
JANEIRO (July 11) The bright pink color gives them a striking appearance in the muddy jungle waters. That Amazon river dolphins are also gentle and curious makes them easy targets for nets and harpoons as they swim fearlessly up to fishing boats.
 

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