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Bangladesh Has 75 Percent Fewer Tigers Than Expected
Animals  (tags: wildlife, wildanimals, tigers, slaughter, animalrights, animalwelfare, cats, conservation, crime, cruelty, endangered, environment, extinction )

John
- 1 day ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
Eleven years ago surveys estimated that about 440 Bengal tigers (Panthera tigris tigris) roamed the dense mangrove forests of BangladeshâEUR(TM)s Sundarbans region. Today we have a new number and it is much, much lower.
Canine Cops Target Ivory Smugglers in Africa
Animals  (tags: AnimalWelfare, animaladvocates, conservation, crime, dogs, wildlife, wildanimals )

John
- 4 days ago - takepart.com
An international team of police dogs, the first of its kind, will try to protect elephants by guarding ports and border crossings in Tanzania and Kenya.
Australia Declares War on Feral Cats With Plan to 'Cull Two Million By 2020'
Animals  (tags: feral cats, predators, Australia, pests, control )

Beatrice
- 10 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
Australia plans to kill two million feral cats over the next five years following concerns that the predators have been preying on wildlife and have left more than 120 native species at risk of extinction.
Zimbabwe Elephants Sold to Chinese Zoo Malnourished and Injured
Animals  (tags: elephants, Zimbabwe sale, Chinese zoo, malnourished, injured )

Beatrice
- 11 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
Twenty four young elephants sold by Zimbabwe to a Chinese zoo at the beginning of this month are malnourished and peppered with injuries, according to secret pictures taken of them in their new captivity by conservationists.
What Is the Point of Saving Endangered Species?
Animals  (tags: extinction )

Transky
- 12 days ago - transky.wix.com
It will cost billions of dollars to save all the world's threatened species.What's in it for us?
World's Biggest Bumblebee at Risk of Extinction
Environment  (tags: animals, conservation, endangered, wildlife, green, habitat )

John
- 11 days ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
It's amazing how little we know about the world's 250 bumblebee species -- including this one, which is on the verge of disappearing.
Good News for the World's Rarest Lions
Animals  (tags: animals, cats, conservation, endangered, environment, GoodNews, wildlife, wildanimals, protection )

John
- 33 days ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
The critically endangered Asiatic lions of Gujarat, India, have enjoyed a population boom over the past five years
STOP ATTACK ON WOLVES IN HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Animals  (tags: wildanimals, Wolves, Sage Grouse, Endangered Species, wildlife, abuse, animalrights, conservation, crime, law, humans, society, protection, sadness, suffering, slaughter, killing, ethics, environment, cruelty, death, extinction )

Michael
- 34 days ago - action.endangered.org
Endangered Species Coalition has this letter and contact your rep by just typing your zip code. These anti-wolf, anti-wildlife riders placed in must-pass bills, must be completely REMOVED from politics
 
 
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