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Help Save India's Tigers, Elephants and Leopards From Palm Oil Plantations - The Petition Site
Animals  (tags: Indian government, oil companies, palm oil plantations )

Slava
- 1633 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Expansion of oil palm plantations in north-eastern India may be grave news for tigers, elephants, leopards and other Indian wildlife. Permanent loss of forests to monocultures of oil palm and a lack of adequate planning are already resulting in increased.
India - Stop Vengeful Villagers & Farmers From Using Pesticides to Kill All the Big Cats - The Petition Site
Animals  (tags: Indian government, farmers, poisoning )

Slava
- 1638 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
The problem in western Tami Nadu is that villagers and farmers are concerned about their cattle. If a cow is lost due to a wild animal, the farmers lace the carcasses with pesticides in order to kill the predators. Just recently in the Tiger Reserve, a ti
ACTION ALERT: TIGERS' APPEAL: THROUGH CARING HUMANE HUMANS. ! PLEASE TAKE ACTION !
Animals  (tags: tigers, endangered, national tiger, indian government, protection, legalisation )

Simone
- 3131 days ago - animals.change.org
Why is the Indian Government not doing enough! to adequately protect their National Animal: Tiger? After Bali, is it going to be India? The last Tiger of Bali was shot dead on Sept 27,1937 by a big game hunter
ACTION ALERT: Stop Dancing Bears Shows in India !!
Animals  (tags: indian government, ban dancing bears shows, horrific cruelty, establish sanctuaries, bears welfare )

Simone
- 3282 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
The Dancing Bears of INDIA are a tragic spectacle, which takes place as a cruel tradition. At the age of three to five weeks, tiny sloth bears are kidnapped and their mothers are killed
Jumbo 'Flyovers' to Cut Endangered Elephant Deaths in India
Animals  (tags: elephant deaths, jumbo trunk roads, protection, saving elephants, indian government, buidling roads )

Simone
- 3711 days ago - guardian.co.uk
ndian authorities are about to build the world's first "flyover" routes for elephants to save them from accidents on roads and railways. The jumbo trunk roads, costing £9m, will be built to stop accidents on roads and railway lines that cross Rajaji
Special Report: Tracking the Big Cats of Sariska - VIDEO
Animals  (tags: tigers relocated, indian government, sariska, tiger reserve, protection, tracking, locations )

Simone
- 3848 days ago - ibnlive.com
The tension in Sariska National Park in Rajasthan is palpable. The tigers are back. Sariska lost all its tigers in 2005 to massive poaching. However, in June this year, two tigers from Ranthambore were airlifted by the Indian Air Force and released
   

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