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British Firms Cash in at Sickest Show in World Where Bloodthirsty Safari Hunters Pay to Slay Animals
Animals  (tags: stop hunting in africa, protection, wildanimals, wildlife )

Angela
- 6 days ago - mirror.co.uk
Masha Kalinina, of Humane Society International, said: "We think the British public would be shocked to learn the UK - which prides itself in its conservation initiatives - offers trophy hunts to wealthy Americans at this killfest. It is deeply grotesque
Wildlife Tourism: The 10 'Cruelest' Animal Attractions, Revealed By World Animal Protection
Animals  (tags: suffering, Tourist Attractions, thailand elephants abused wildanimals )

Angela
- 6 days ago - huffingtonpost.co.uk
Up to 550,000 wild animals are suffering at the hands of irresponsible tourist attractions around the world - for 110 million people who visit these each year !!!
PETITION - Protect Sea Turtles in the Gulf
Environment  (tags: Gulf of Mexico, BP Oil Spill, Kemp's Ridley sea Turtles, Endangered Species, accountability, responsibility, restoration programs, Funding Act, ecosystems, prevention of further pollution, stronger protection, Habitat preservation, ocean biodiversity )

Sabine
- 1 day ago - actionnetwork.org
Endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtles were on the road to recovery until the BP oil disaster spewed over 100 million gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. Friends of wildlife like you spoke out and played a critical role in securing justice...
Horses Can Read Human Emotions, Sussex Research Shows
Animals  (tags: Horses can read human emotions, research, University of Sussex )

RosieUrge
- 2 days ago - sussex.ac.uk
Horses can read human facial expressions, according to researchers at the Univ. of Sussex. For the first time horses have been shown to be able to distinguish between angry and happy human faces. The effect on their heart rate has not been seen before.
PETITION - Take a Stand Against BLM Clearcutting
Environment  (tags: clearcutting, Logging Industry, tree plantations, jigsaw timber sale, sustainable forestry, forest conservation, prevention of woodland destruction, Wildlife Habitat, stronger protection, forest ecosystems )

Sabine
- 3 days ago - org2.salsalabs.com
Send a letter to Field Manager Don Holmstrom in the Klamath Falls Resource Area and let him know that you oppose the proposal known as the "Jigsaw" timber sale. The proposal suggests an attempt to resume "regeneration" logging and tree plantations...
TAKE ACTION NOW! Prohibit Wildlife Killing Contests in Minnesota
Animals  (tags: protection, wildanimals, wildlife, suffering, killing, animals, animalwelfare, animaladvocates, animalcruelty )

Cal
- 36 days ago - change.org
Wildlife-killing contests are currently allowed as a form of "charitable gambling" in Minnesota. Many have looked the other way, not wanting to interfere with the seemingly-popular fishing contests and "big buck" deer hunting contests
'Beautiful' Albino Turtle Found on Australia Beach
Animals  (tags: Green turtle, Coolam and North Shore Coast Care, Australia, 122 hatchlings, rare albino )

RosieUrge
- 2 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Wildlife volunteers from Coolam & North Shore Coast Care were surveying a turtle nest on Sunday when they were stunned to find an extremely rare albino turtle on a beach in Australia. The tiny creature was one of 122 hatchlings from a green turtle nest.
Japan and the Whale
World  (tags: Japan, the whale, hunting whales, irrelevant to feeding, not economic, ancient culture, nothing about its Antarctic whaling is h )

RosieUrge
- 4 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Hunting whales is irrelevant to feeding Japan's population, drawing global condemnation and is NOT economic. So, why does Japan still do it? The government says whaling is an ancient part of its culture but NOTHING about its Antarctic whaling is historic.
 
 
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