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VICTORY FOR LIONS - Australia Announces Ban on Bringing Animal Trophies Into Country !!!
Animals  (tags: victory!, lions, Australian Native Animals, wild animals )

Angela
- 170 days ago - m.heraldsun.com.au
HUNTERS who travel to Africa to shoot lions will no longer be able to bring their trophies home with them, following an import ban announced this evening.
Stop Logging in Rare Glider Forests ** URGENT **
Animals  (tags: Australian Native Animals, gliding possums, Habitatsanimalwelfare, protection, Australian animals, wildanimals, environment )

Sabine
- 172 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
A beautiful small animal, a gliding possum known as the Yellow-bellied Glider, lives in very special Tall Eucalypt Forests of North Queensland. These gliders can only live where enough rain supports the two kinds of tree basic to their food and shelter.
Support Australia's Natural Bush Heritage ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Animals  (tags: Australian Native Animals, protection, wildlife, extinction )

Angela
- 229 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Australia has the worst rate of mammal extinctions of any developed country in the world. In just over 200 years, they have lost nearly 30 species of precious native animals,It is estimated that a further 133 mammals are at risk of disappearing forever.
Save the Northern Quoll and 74 Other Endangered Species in Kakadu! - The Petition Site
Animals  (tags: northern quoll, Tasmania forests, Kakadu, Australian Native Animals )

Slava
- 296 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
A startling 75 species face the threat of extinction in Kakadu, Australia's largest national park. Some of these native mammals, including the Northern Quoll, are found few other places on Earth. In fact, over the past 30 years, many animal populations in
Please Protect Little Nala From Anti-Dingo Enthusiasts. :PETITION:
Animals  (tags: animals, suffering, dingo protection activists, dingo defender, animalrights, Australian Native Animals )

Yusuf
- 342 days ago - dingoden.net
Today is National Day of Action for Dingoes. Please protect little Nala from anti-dingo enthusiasts who are pushing governments for her species' extermination. Sign the Dingo Den petition to ensure all Dingoes receive the national protection they deserve.
Help Save Australia's Black Cockatoos From Extinction
Animals  (tags: Black cockatoo, Australian Native Animals, plantations )

Slava
- 366 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
The bird started moving to the Perth pine plantations in the 1950s due to habitat loss. The cockatoo's population is in collapse, declining by around 15% every year. Clearing the plantations will hasten its extinction.
Save Australian Native Wildlife By Lowering the Costs in Desexing Pet Cats ! Please SIGN and SHARE !!!
Animals  (tags: Australian Native Animals, protection, rescued )

Angela
- 389 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
URGENT - Stray & homeless cats needs our help and a chance for a new home. Please help do something for all these poor animals, by highlighting this issue to the Australian government departments.
ACTION ALERT: Tell Adidas to Stop Using Kangaroo Leather! PLEASE SIGN !
Animals  (tags: kangaroos, australian native animals, slaughtered, massacred, leather products, cruetly, suffering )

Simone
- 1385 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Australia barbarically kills of over 3 million kangaroos annually- a massacre that is so big that it has been labeled the largest killing of land based wildlife in the world.
ACTION ALERT: Stop the Slaughter of Thousands of Kangaroos and Their Joeys! PLEASE TAKE ACTION !
Animals  (tags: kangaroos, australian native animals, brutually massacred, slaughtered, joeys tortured, protection )

Simone
- 1435 days ago - australiansocietyforkangaroos.org
Here is a list of immediate actions you can take to help save the lives of thousands of joeys from a cruel death...
ACTION ALERT: Protect Australia's Native Dingo: Remove It From Vermin Lists & Include It in the National EPBC Act!
Animals  (tags: dingos, ecosystems, predators, australian native animals, protection maglined )

Simone
- 1443 days ago - petitiononlineaustralia.com
The dingo is Australia's apex mammalian predator and is scientifically shown to be a necessary part of healthy wild eco-systems for the continued wellbeing of biodiversity within systems where herbivorous species find habitat.
Happy Ending to a Wicked Story
Animals  (tags: animals, kangaroos, australian native animals, wildanimals, wicked campers, victory, animalwelfare )

Yrna
- 1658 days ago - unleashed.org.au
In just days, hundreds of Unleashed members let Wicked know that stickers telling motorists to 'run down' roos were, well, not funny, and not cool. Good news -- Wicked got that message loud and clear, and posted on their website,
Tell Wicked Campers Roo Cruelty Is Un-Australian! - TAKE ACTION
Animals  (tags: animals, kangaroos, australian native animals, wildlife, wildanimals, protection, humans, society, environment, conservation, ethics, animalcruelty, animalrights, animalwelfare )

Yrna
- 1663 days ago - unleashed.org.au
Australia boasts some of the most amazing wildlife in the world. So it's not surprising that tourists from around the globe flock to our shores,hope of seeing a wombat, hearing a kookaburra, cuddling a koala or running down a roo...wait, that's not right!
Animals Displaced By Australian Floods
Animals  (tags: animals, Australian Native Animals, pets, flood disaster, wildanimals, wildlife, environment, animalrights, animalwelfare )

Yrna
- 1685 days ago - 3news.co.nz
As Queensland residents battle through mud, receding flood waters and debris to assess flood damage, they are also finding displaced animals that have lost their homes.
Sanctuary Breeding Hope for Devils
Animals  (tags: animals, Tasmanian Devils, Australian Native Animals, wildanimals, protection, conservation, animalrights, animalwelfare )

Yrna
- 1686 days ago - theage.com.au
TASMANIAN devils could soon be extinct in the wild with less than 2000 left, but there is a boom in devil numbers at Healesville Sanctuary aimed at saving the species. While a contagious facial tumour has wiped out 90 per cent of the wild population
Native Animals to Be Hit Hard By Floods
Animals  (tags: animals, Australian Native Animals, flood, australia, wildanimals, AnimalWelfare )

Yrna
- 1688 days ago - theage.com.au
Wombats will have drowned, turtles won't breed and kangaroos will starve for lack of feed in the wake of Queensland's floods. Pets aren't the only animals in danger from the state's flooding, and native wildlife will suffer serious long-term impacts
 

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