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Record Number of Whales Slaughtered in the Faroe Islands
Animals  (tags: faroe islands, pilot whales, whales slaughtered, numbers rising, tragedy, cruelty )

- 2734 days ago -
More than 1,000 so far this year November 2010: A total of 1,115 pilot whales have been brutally slaughtered in the Faroe Islands so far this year, making it the largest kill of any whale species in the world. Environmental and animal welfare
Sea Eagle Numbers Reach New Levels in Scotland
Animals  (tags: scotland, wildlife, birds of prey, sea eagle, surviving, numbers rising, populations, breeding )

- 2755 days ago -
2010 has proved a record-breaking year for the UK's largest bird of the prey, the white-tailed sea eagle. Not only has the Scottish population passed the 50 breeding pairs milestone, the species has also produced more young per pair than in any other
Animal Poisoning Cut 'Not Enough'
Animals  (tags: scotland, england, birds, animals poisoning, cruelty, suffering, numbers rising, endangered, willdlife, eagles )

- 3207 days ago -
The number of animals in Scotland deliberately poisoned last year dropped slightly to 23 - 12 fewer than in 2007. The figures, released by the Wildlife Incident Investigation Scheme, included deliberate attacks on 11 birds of prey. Environment
Bear Encounters
Animals  (tags: animals, black bears, numbers rising, AnimalWelfare, environment, habitat, protection, wildlife, wildanimals )

- 3267 days ago -
An undated handout photo released by the Kentucky Department of Parks shows a bear climbing on a pickup truck at Kingdom Come State Park near Cumberland, Ky. With black bear populations rising, run-ins have become almost commonplace- more than 15,000 in
Australia's Bilbies Bounce Back From the Brink of Extinction
Animals  (tags: bilbies, australian marsupials, endangered, extinction, recovery, numbers rising, breeding programme, conservation, brothers )

- 3361 days ago -
Bilbies were nearing extinction when conservationists enrolled four of the little marsupials in breeding program in 2005. Luckily, the program has worked, with the population exploding to 42 bilbies. Two men, Peter McRae and Frank Manthey, are largely
Increased Slaughter of 275,000 Harp Seal Pups "Completely Indefensible" in Face of International Outcry and Dwindling Markets.
Animals  (tags: seal pup slaughter, numbers rising, international outrcry, outrage, animal cruelty, harp seals, slaughtered, protests )

- 3726 days ago -
- Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) has once again decided to ignore scientific advice, and the wishes of the majority of Canadians, by increasing the total allowable catch (TAC) for harp seals.

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