USA: Egor – A Black Vulture’s Survival Story

USA: Egor – A Black Vulture’s Survival Story

USA: Egor – A Black Vulture’s Survival Story A baby black vulture was born into freedom in 2005, in Tuscon, Arizona. He should have lived a great life, soaring high above the mountain ranges and flying on winds streams. The vulture’s only predator, humans, interfered and changed this vultures life forever, the day humans stole […]

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Pakistan: Stray Dog Massacre 2016

Pakistan: Stray Dog Massacre 2016

Pakistan: Stray Dog Massacre 2016 In a grotesque display of animal cruelty, the Karachi City Government in Pakistan has proudly laid out 1,000 dead dogs which they poisoned to death, following instructions  from the Saddar Town administration. Posing for a photo next to the contorted bodies, Saddar town’s Chef Sanitary Inspector Waqar Ahmad stood proudly […]

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Africa: Endangered Tiny Rhino Calf Shot By Poachers

Africa: Endangered Tiny Rhino Calf Shot By Poachers

Africa: Endangered Tiny Rhino Calf Shot By Poachers This innocent tiny rhino baby was shot – for what? He has no horn for poachers to steal, he has no value to poachers, but they shot him anyway. The heartless poachers gravely wounded the baby and didn’t even bother to put him out of his misery, […]

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Australia: Spiderwebs Galore!

Australia: Spiderwebs Galore!

Australia: Spiderwebs Galore! Millions of spiders were forced to higher ground by floods and took up residence at a park in Yinnar, in the Gippsland region of central Victoria, Australia. The area received a heavier than usual downpour and the spiders reacted by going on the move and relocating (Mail.) It might look like a […]

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Ibis Birds: In My Backyard

Ibis Birds: In My Backyard

Ibis BIrds: In My Backyard Meet one of our Ibis birds. I live in Queensland, Australia, and have many Ibis birds among our prolific birdlife. In my opinion, the Ibis bird is under-appreciated and misjudged. The Ibis has a very important role because it’s part of mother nature’s clean up crew. The Ibis are sometimes […]

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Vegan Leek and Mushroom Pie

Vegan Leek and Mushroom Pie

Vegan Leek and Mushroom Pie The cream sauce is a perfect accompaniment to the leek and garlic (we love garlic but you can put less in if you’re not such a big fan) mushroom filling, and although the pastry was rolled a little too thick, it still tasted delicious and went down a storm. Vegan Leek and […]

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Sri Lanka: Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage: Endangered Elephants In Chains

Sri Lanka: Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage: Endangered Elephants In Chains Deadly situations are taking place for both humans and elephants in Sri Lanka, as competition with wild elephants and farming for agriculture, forestry and other forms of human development create serious issues for all involved. One-hundred years ago, more than 20,000 wild Asian elephants inhabited Sri […]

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Canada: Horses, Cats And Dogs In Canada’s Horrific Bushfires

Canada: Horses, Cats And Dogs In Canada’s Horrific Bushfires

Canada: Horses, Cats And Dogs In Canada’s Horrific Bushfires People and animals in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada are under extreme pressure from unprecedented bushfires which are ravaging the province and it’s surrounding areas. Horses are being let loose onto the roads and pets are being left behind, as panic grips those in the path of […]

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Netherlands: Miniature Pony Tortured For Fetish Film + Video

Netherlands: Miniature Pony Tortured For Fetish Film + Video

Netherlands: Miniature Pony Tortured For Fetish Film + Video A woman and two men were arrested in Groningen, Netherlands, on animal cruelty charges after deliberately torturing a miniature pony, after they published their horse cruelty fetish film under their Dutch brand name: Napoleon Riding Cult. The organization’s website says they “do not mistreat animals” but […]

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