Monthly Archives: June 2013

Victory! NIH to Retire Vast Majority of its Chimpanzees Plus One Action

Originally posted on Our Compass:
Wikimedia Commons SOURCE PROJECT R&R The National Institutes of Health (NIH) issued a heavily anticipated decision today (6/28) to retire nearly 90% of its chimpanzees. However, NEAVS believes its decision to keep a “reserve” population…

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“Is It Safe To Come Out?”

Originally posted on Phil Lanoue Photography:
Remembering the lessons his mom taught him back when he was a little tyke, Mr. A knows to always look both ways before walking out into a roadway. So he carefully ducks his head…

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Rhinos Wanted: Dead or Alive

Originally posted on Fight for Rhinos:
The hottest thing on the black market: the rhino horn. Rhino are being poached at the rate of one every nine hours. The National Parks are not safe, rhino farms are on constant guard,…

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The Spotted Flycatcher In Action

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Tar Sands Mining to Begin This Summer in Logan County, Kentucky

Originally posted on Earth First! Newswire:
Alberta tar sands mining by Erica Peterson / WFPL Later this summer, a company plans to open a surface mine in southern Kentucky. But the operation won’t be mining for coal. Instead, they’re seeking to…

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The Oystercatcher aka Carrotbeak:) / Strandskata In The Harbour

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Have Had 160 000 Hits On My Blog! Thank Ya All!

This morning I passed 160 000 hits. I’m very grateful to all who visits my blog, but please don’t give me any Awards. 🙂 Top 5 countries that visit my blog are : The US, the UK, Sweden, Romania and … Continue reading

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