Camels are being shifting from Rajasthan to other states for slaughter and these animals are badly abused during transportation from one place to...
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65 Representatives sign letter to Secretary Jewell urging her to abandon gray wolf delisting proposal; Washington’s wolf population remains stable; March 19th hearing on idaho's new predation management plan; New science shows majority of Alberta Canada’s residents have favorable attitudes towards wolves.
Those who have been to the Surabaya Zoo in Indonesia can attest to the constant suffering that occurs there on a daily basis. Animals are confined to trash-littered, barren, cramped cages that are measly fractions of the wild habitats that they would call home, and there is nothing in their cages and pens to occupy their keen minds. It is a virtual hell on Earth for animals—....
I was lucky enough to spend a few days at Cabo Pulmo on the Sea of Cortez, Baja Peninsula in Mexico. I was on the ocean near the coast on small boats a lot of the time - and in the perfect spot to ...
It is no secret that powerful ranching, livestock, and hunting industries dominate the political landscape, particularly in western states, where brutal lethal wildlife management is driven by hate, disdain, and intolerance for any carnivores. In these states, thousands of wolves have been killed by hunters, trappers, and US Department of Agriculture Wildlife Service (USDA WS) agents since wolves lost their Endangered Species Act (ESA) protection.
On March 28, 2014 Save the Blood Dolphins and dolphin advocates from all over the world, including Ric O'Barry star of "The Cove" and Director of the Ric O'Barry Dolphin Project, are planning a huge demonstration at The World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) headquarters in Switzerland. The demonstrators are demanding WAZA end their silence and cut ties with the cruel dolphin drive fisheries in Taiji, Japan, and the captive industry that cannot sustain itself without the infusion of wild dolphins: "The number of dolphins bred in captivity does not replace the number that die. They suffer from high mortality rates, low breeding success and often endure physical and psychological disorders. Cetacea are frequently captured from the wild and sold into captivity."(source)