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Tell Zoo Stop Killing Animals as "SURPLUS" ! PLEASE TAKE ACTION ! !
Animals  (tags: animals, AnimalWelfare, zoos, culled, environment, protection )

- 3138 days ago -
Two piglets were culled by Edinburgh Zoo, because they were surplus to an international breeding programme. The zoo said it was advised by the programme to cull the piglets rather than rehome them. Red river hogs Sammi and Becca were put down at the age
ACTION ALERT: Protect Our Wombats - Online Petition- Stop The Killings!!
Animals  (tags: wombats, farmers, conflicts, culled, buried alive, killed, conservation protecton )

- 3354 days ago -
Wombats are wonderful animals living only in some areas of Australia. Sadly, in these areas they often come into conflict with farmers who complain about their burrows and their delight in digging under fences.
ACTION ALERT: STOP Killing the Brumbies, THEY ARE NOT PESTS !!!!
Animals  (tags: brumbies, australian wild horses, culled, massacred, killed, protection )

- 3359 days ago -
To stop the authorities in New South Wales, Australia to shoot the Brumbies, Australian wild horses.
Animals  (tags: horses, horse welfare, australia, brumbies, shot, culled, killed, horse advocates )

- 3584 days ago -
The Treatment of Horses in Australia, Jump racing is less popular than flat racing. I, along with many animal welfare and rights groups have a number of major concerns about the treatment of Thoroughbred horses used in both flat and jumps racing.
Shoot To Cull: Australia Plots Kangaroo Kills
Animals  (tags: kangaroos, australian government, culled, killed, australian native icon, cruelty, wildlife, protection )

- 3692 days ago -
Authorities in Australia's capital city have been driven hopping mad by a glut of kangaroos and are ready to take drastic action, The public has until May 11 to make its views known. A decision will then be made, and a quota set.
400 Kangaroos to Be Culled
Animals  (tags: kangaroo and wallabies, culled, 400, beginning, Monday, for 12 days )

- 3985 days ago -
FOUR hundred kangaroos and wallabies will be shot dead in a cull in Maria Island National Park off Tasmania's east coast.
Revenge of the Culled Elephants - Making An Old Path Anew
Animals  (tags: elephants, elephant, jumbo, culling, culled, reserve, national park, africa, zimbabwe, zambia, memory, territory, migration, migration path, habitat, endangered, extinction, environment, protection, rescue, wildlife )

- 4332 days ago -
At the wildlife office, Mubanga has never heard of posttraumatic stress but is sure of one thing. "If you're shot in the leg you'll definitely be annoyed and you won't forget even when the wound is healed," he said. "It's the same with elephants."

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