Seismic blasting in the Atlantic threatens to bombard dolphins, whales and other species that depend on hearing to feed, communicate, mate and thrive with dynamite-like blasts of sound, potentially causing injury and death to as many as 138,000.
Last weekend, several national media outlets reported shocked visitors at the Missouri State Fair describing emaciated, lethargic tigers performing circus tricks during Mr. MullenâEUR(TM)s Amazing Rainforest Adventures exhibition.
If you have ever been to Florida before you should probably know about Sea World.Now, I like Sea World but they are capturing and killing orca and killer whales just to entertain us! My research showed me whales are almost extinct due to this issue.
Another strong blow to this cruel industry, and hope and relief at last for these unloved dogs. "I have nothing to fear; and here my story ends. My troubles are all over, and I am at home." --"Black Beauty"
Laughing tourists looked on as a chimpanzee reportedly smoked a cigarette at a zoo in China. If chimpanzees continue to be given abusive substances, many of them will likely suffer and die horrible deaths.
If you haven't already, please submit your comments to the federal government on whether to improve living conditions for nonhuman primates in US labs - along with any other general statements you may care to make regarding this type of animal 'usage.'
"Some of those packed into the meeting room shouted at commissioners following the vote, saying they should be ashamed. They were also upset because public comment was limited to an hour." The Associated Press
If yu are anywhere near Santa Rosa CA, see this. Following the film, you can question Amaroq Weiss, Wolf program director for Center for Biological Diversity. Wolvess are far different than catel producers and hunters would have you believe.
Short interview with wolf specialist on the social difficulties the Mexican Wolf reintro is still experiencing, though they are largely with public lands ranchers and one segment of Apaches who use income from guiding elk hunters.