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Baby Woolly Rhino Discovered In Siberia Is The First Ever Found
Offbeat  (tags: wooly baby rhino, siberia )

Angela
- 10 hours ago - huffingtonpost.com
Scientists are going gaga over the recent discovery of a baby woolly rhino. The pristine specimen of the tiny extinct rhino--the only one of its type ever found--was discovered in permafrost along the bank of a stream in Siberia's Sakha Republic.
Sea World's Still Sinking
Animals  (tags: abuse, animalcruelty, animals, cruelty, death, animalrights, investigation, killed, protection, suffering, whales, wildanimals, ethics )

Kansas
- 10 hours ago - thedodo.com
Sea World still doesn't want to accept that we don't want to see whales in captivity. Despite all the negativity they're getting, they're still allowing whales to die in captivity before their time.
Fukushima Radiation Spikes 7,000% as Contaminated Water Pours Into the Ocean
Health & Wellness  (tags: abuse, AlternativeMed, AlternativeMed, babies, Body-Mind-Spirit, cancer, children, death, diet, disease, drugs, environment, ethics, exercise, family, food, government, health, healthcare, humans, illness, interesting, investigation, medicine, news, nutri )

Jamie
- 9 hours ago - naturalnews.com
radiation levels were up to 70 times, or 7,000 percent Multiple major leaks some of them recent were reported as Fukushima generates 400 tons of new radioactive waste daily.
More Mystery Craters Appear In Siberia: Why Researchers Are Worried
Environment  (tags: global warming, Siberian Craters )

Angela
- 9 hours ago - inquisitr.com
At present, there are seven craters that scientists are aware of, with researchers theorizing that even more craters could begin to form in Siberia. Why is this happening? Blame global warming.
China Bans Ivory Imports for 1 Year to Protect Elephants
Offbeat  (tags: ban on ivory, elephants, china )

Angela
- 2 hours ago - msn.com
China imposed a one-year ban on ivory imports that took immediate effect Thursday amid criticism that its citizens' huge appetite for ivory has fueled poaching that threatens the existence of African elephants.
Google Invests $300 Million in U.S. Residential Solar Projects
Science & Tech  (tags: solar power, google, residential )

Angela
- 9 hours ago - msn.com
SolarCity Corp on Thursday said it created a $750 million fund to finance about 25,000 residential solar projects, with Google Inc investing nearly half the funding.
Do Not Let Congress Doom Americas Polar Bears
Animals  (tags: polar bear habitat, arctic, destruction, ecosystems, habitatdestruction, pollution, protection, polar bears suffering )

Sabine
- 9 hours ago - thepetitionsite.com
President Obama has announced important new efforts to safeguard polar bear homes in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, prevent a catastrophic oil spill in the Arctic waters where they hunt, and address climate change that threatens polar bears....
Same Trailer, Different Park
Society & Culture  (tags: Americans, affordable housing, elderly, poor, mobile homes, mobile home parks, society, culture, ethics, family, humans, interesting, money, news, sadness )

Carrie
- 1 day ago - contexts.org
All of us here in Silver Sands are being evicted. This 55 and older mobile home park once housed about 130 residents. The few who had money saved or families willing to house them are already gone. The rest of us have 6 months to get our selves, our ...
To the United States Congress: Expand Do Not Cut, Social Security - Petition
Society & Culture  (tags: Social Security, Seniors, Elders, disabled, funding cuts, increase not decrease )

Dandelion
- 2 days ago - takeaction.ourfuture.org
This myth of impending and catastrophic insolvency is well-worn and predictable, but still dangerous. Republican majorities in Congress are emboldened and anxious to show their Koch backers that they are serious.
In NYC, Port Authority Tells Group Not to Hand Out Blankets, Doesn't Want Homeless 'Too Comfortable'
Society & Culture  (tags: Americans, abuse, NYC, homeless, freezing temperatures, blankets, society, ethics, humans, health, crime, sadness, safety, rights, government, freedoms, dishonesty, family, news )

Carrie
- 1 day ago - dailykos.com
Volunteers with Saxton/Hart tried to help those in need during frigid temperatures by handing out blankets at New York City's Port Authority Bus Terminal and were shocked when authorities turned them away:
 
 
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