Monthly Archives: December 2013

Bird of the Day: Malabar Pied Hornbill (Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka)

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Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka

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Dolphins Get Deliberately High On Puffer Fishs Nerve Toxins

  In extraordinary scenes filmed for a new documentary, young dolphins were seen carefully manipulating a certain kind of puffer fish which, if provoked, releases a nerve toxin. Though large doses of the toxin can be deadly, in small amounts … Continue reading

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Catarina Krång Ställer Fel Diagnos På Fladdermus På Nordens Viltrehabilitering ( Swedish Wildlife Rehabilitator Makes Wrong Diagnosis)

I en artikel på Nordens Viltrehabilitering’s hemsida,, skriver Catarina Krång att fladdermössen drabbats av LUFTÖDEM, vilket är en sjukdom som inte finns i svensk medicinsk terminologi. Däremot finns begreppet lungödem. Catarina feldiagnostiserar även en igelkott med luftödem, som egentligen lider … Continue reading

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My Roe Deers

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Bird of the Day: Common Tody-Flycatcher (Los Cedros Reserve, Ecuador)

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Los Cedros Reserve, Ecuador

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Christmas Blackbird

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Graphic Video: WATCH: Mercy For Animals 2013 Year in Review

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Published on 18 Dec 2013 Get inspired! See how Mercy For Animals is winning the fight on behalf of farmed animals. From groundbreaking undercover investigations that expose shocking animal cruelty to historic legal victories, MFA…

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Marshal County Government, APHIS/USDA: Stop The Torture and Killing of Live Domestic Rabbits Used as Hunting Bait: Petition to Sign

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“All animals are born innocent, but in the wild they learn from the parents, teaching them how to hunt & catch food to survive; thus is the cycle of life. But for dogs born…

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Poor African Villages: Park Rangers Turning Into Poachers

Photo : Wikipedia Huffington Post South African wildlife officials say a ranger is among four Kruger National Park workers arrested on rhinoceros poaching charges. In a statement Wednesday, the national parks department said the four were arrested Tuesday by officers … Continue reading

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