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Migrating Birds Fly Nonstop for More Than Six Months
Animals  (tags: animals, study, research, bird migration, interesting )

Cal
- 855 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.
To Avoid Fights, Mice Sing to the Clouds
Animals  (tags: mice, singing, two species, clashes, research, wildlife )

Giana
- 858 days ago - news.discovery.com
Deep in the cloud forests of Central America, two species of singing mice put on a high-pitched opera to mark their territory and stave off clashes, researchers discovered.
Prehistoric Crocs 'Ran Like Dogs'
Animals  (tags: crocodiles, prehistoric, discovery, ran, like dogs, research, interesting )

Giana
- 882 days ago - uk.news.yahoo.com
Prehistoric crocodiles survived a dinosaur-dominated world by running around like dogs, new research has found.
VICTORY Pharmacies Saying No to Bear Bile Means Best Birthday Yet for Animals Asia VICTORY
Animals  (tags: conservation, ecosystems, endangered, protection, wildlife, world, GoodNews, dishonesty, corruption, cover-up, business, money, lies, medicine, disease, Body-Mind-Spirit, government, illness, safety, treatment, protection, research, prevention, healthcare )

Kelly
- 892 days ago - victoriesfortheanimals.wordpress.com
A hundred and fifty Chinese drugstores announced they would no longer be selling bear bile products in a move timed to coincide with Animals Asia's 15th anniversary.
ACTION NEEDED CHANGE THE LAWS FOR THE PROTECTION OF OUR ANIMALS
Animals  (tags: sadness, safety, violence, activists, death, family, dishonesty, corruption, lies, cover-up, business, money, research, treatment, prevention, protection, killed, killing, pets, suffering, sadness, cruelty, death, animals, animaladvocates, animalwelfare )

Kelly
- 906 days ago - change.org
SHELTERS ARE "MISTAKENLY" EUTHANIZING FAMILY PETS THAT HAVE BEEN LOST AND OWNERS ARE NOT BEING GIVEN THE CHANCE TO FIND THEM!
Stop Vivisection on Research Animals - PLEASE SIGN!!!
Animals  (tags: animalcruelty, research, vivisection )

Monica
- 932 days ago - forcechange.com
Stop vivisection on live animals for research purposes
BRAND NEW PETITION, HELP SAVE AN ENDANGERED SPECIES FROM EXTINCTION
Animals  (tags: Petition, endangered, extinction, States, ecosystems, government, habitatdestruction, habitat, humans, nature, research, wildlife, science, protection, environment, conservation, wildanimals )

Sue
- 950 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Please help urge the States mentioned to not poison prairie dogs and to help the black footed ferrets survival by saving land for them to thrive on. They are the most endangered mammal in the United States of America.
The Complex, Secret Language of Prairie Dogs - Video
Animals  (tags: animals, communication, habitat, humans, prairie dogs, research )

Caree
- 952 days ago - msnvideo.msn.com
A little info on Prairie Dog language -
Victory!! NIH Director Accepts Recommendations to Retire Research Chimpanzees | the Jane Goodall Institute
Animals  (tags: chimpanzees, research, cruelty, animalrights, animaladvocates, retire, jane goodall institute )

Tamara
- 957 days ago - janegoodall.org
After a long public debate and years of advocacy, the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) heralded the decision today by Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), to accept the recommendation of an expert scientific advisory panel
Prairie Dogs' Language Decoded By Scientists
Animals  (tags: prairie dogs, wildanimals, wildlife, science, protection, research, biology )

Michael
- 963 days ago - cbc.ca
Did that prairie dog just call you fat? Quite possibly. On The Current Friday, biologist Con Slobodchikoff described how he learned to understand what prairie dogs are saying to one another and discovered how eloquent they can be.
Apes and Human Babies Use Similar Gestures
Animals  (tags: Apes, human infants, study, research, gestures )

Giana
- 975 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
- 1018 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.
AWESOME NEWS VICTORY Harvard Announces Closure of Primate Research Center
Animals  (tags: AWESOME NEWS, medicine, research, protection, safety, treatment, animalwelfare, animalcruelty, abused, animaladvocates, conservation, cruelty, death, endangered, GoodNews, protection, rescued, sadness, suffering, wildlife, killed, killing, humans, goodnews )

Kelly
- 1022 days ago - all-creatures.org
Harvard Medical School has issued a statement announcing that the New England Primate Research Center will be closing within 24 months. Harvard's New England Primate Research Center has been embroiled in an ongoing controversy following the negligent
GLAXO-SMITHKLINE: FREE THOSE 32 BEAGLES!
Animals  (tags: abuse, AnimalWelfare, animalrights, crime, cruelty, death, dogs, ethics, law, killing, pets, slaughter, society, vivisection, animals, business, investigation, research, safety, scientists, experiments, farmacology, freedom, anti-speciesism )

Laura
- 1038 days ago - change.org
4 weeks ago we began the longest Italian animal rights protest. Night and day at the Glaxo-Smithkline's Centre in Verona, Italy. We want those 32 Beagles. We won't give up: PLEASE, SUPPORT US, PLEASE SIGN! Thank you for being with us against vivisection.
TAKE ACTION: ASK NIH to Stop Using Dogs in Heart Failure Research
Animals  (tags: PCRM, NIH, funding, laboratories, dog experiments, Wayne State University, Michigan, animalcruelty, animalwelfare, dogs, killing, suffering, investigation, ethics )

Angelika
- 1043 days ago - support.pcrm.org
The Physicians Committee is pushing the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to withdraw millions of dollars in funding from university research during which devices are surgically implanted in dogs- before forcing them to run on treadmills.

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