Month: December 2019

In today’s technological fields, advancements are being made faster than at any time during the history our species. Advancements in medicine, all forms of communications, and even gene-editing to move away from naturally occurring genetic defects have leap-frog events recorded in months and years rather than generational. These advancements not only benefit the human race,
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According to the United Nations, palm oil is found in approximately half of all products in supermarkets. But palm oil is destroying forests and killing animals. Orangutans, especially, are losing their homes and lives to the production of palm oil. Palm oil is taken from forests that house 10% of the world’s biodiversity and provide
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Atlantic Puffin. Photo: Francine Rattner/Audubon Photography Awards WASHINGTON (Dec. 30, 2019) – The following statement was issued by Dr. Karen Hyun, Vice President for Coastal Conservation at the National Audubon Society, in response to a federal appeals court decision to uphold the designation of the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument off the New
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A group that sabotages animal hunts has revealed horrific footage of a pack of hounds tearing the body of a fox apart after a trail hunt which it claims went through the grounds of 35,000-acre Peak District estate Chatsworth House. The fox was chased through the grounds of the property in Derbyshire which has featured
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Two baby elephants have been rescued after falling into a muddy waterhole during a severe drought in Zimbabwe. The elephants, Tess and Mana, were discovered by wildlife photographer Jens Cullmann at Mana Pools National Park last month and she alerted the ‘Wild is life’ animal sanctuary. One of the baby elephants grips a rescuer’s leg
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