Monday , 6 November 2017

Bans

Trophy hunter celebrity hits an all time low in humanity.

Trophy hunter and U.S. television host Melissa Bachman ignited controversy this week after posting a picture showing her posing over a dead lion she had slain in South Africa earlier this month. “An incredible day hunting in South Africa! Stalked inside 60-yards on this beautiful male lion…what a hunt!” she tweeted from her now deleted account, pharmacy attaching a picture ... Read More »

Costa Rica zoos to close, free animals

Costa Rican officials say they plan to close both of the country’s public zoos next year so that animals can be freed from their cages. But the foundation that runs the animal parks said Saturday it is trying to keep them operating. Environment Minister Rene Castro announced in recent days that the 97-year-old Simon Bolivar zoo in central San Jose ... Read More »

Tens things you should know about SeaWorld

Some Orcas Were Kidnapped and Sent to SeaWorld Orcas that were at SeaWorld before 1972 were likely kidnapped from their ocean homes. For example, Tilikum, a 32-year-old orca, was captured at the age of 2 by a marine “cowboy.” Tilikum wasn’t taken from his natural environment because he was injured—instead, he was torn away from his family against his will ... Read More »

STOP BUYING FUR!

It’s true, we are all helpless to stop this. It will be like this until a law is enforced by the people who run the world. Citizens will never have a say or the power to stop it. We can only convince the governments to take action. I would focus all your energy on contacting the president and initiating protests ... Read More »

Do not buy Ivory!

Do not buy Ivory! Elephants are being poached in Africa left for dead only to steal their tusks. Inside Cameroon’s Lobeke National Park a team of animal helpers go into the rainforest, weaving their way through the bush’s narrow paths. Tasked with patrolling the immense park, these eco-guards are on a mission to protect its pristine habitat and the life ... Read More »