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Misguided Man to Fight Abused Lion
Egyptian government relinquished its support of a lion fight at the Giza Pyramids. Meanwhile, the man set to fight the lion remains undeterred stating that watching Israeli and American atrocities on television has driven him to this act.
Iowa Animal Cruelty Whistle Blower Bill
Iowa finds it more purposeful to punish animal cruelty whistle blowers than address issues involving abusive facilities, husbandry, animal mills, and lack of mandated governmental oversight.
Man Fights Lion for Profit
A man intends to attempt to kill a lion he has purchased to fund his movie making aspirations. Meanwhile the lion sits in an iron kennel with little room to move, food, or water, unknowingly facing death regardless the outcome.
Welcome to the Animal Life Site!
A short introduction from the Animal Life Editor at BellaOnline.
Japan Resumes Animal Rescues
Japan’s tireless labors to resolve issues involving rescuing animals and wildlife remaining in the irradiated Fukushima area are rewarded with a sound plan enabling them to resume evacuation efforts.
Warming Climate Impacts the Peary Caribou
The United States is turned to in hopes of spreading the word about the plight of the Peary Caribou. With eighty-nine percent (89%) of its population in demise, this Arctic wonder faces almost certain extinction.
Japan Requests Patience from Rescuers
Japan takes the frontline on rescue plans for animals exposed to radiation, carefully listening to internal and external sources for effective solutions.
Truck Stop Tiger
The Animal Legal Defense Fund says enough is enough when Louisiana renews a permit allowing a truck stop to keep a full-grown tiger, “Tony,” caged in its parking lot as a sideshow spectacle.
Honeybees Reject Pollen
Honeybees are rejecting stockpiles of what appears to be viable pollen. Upon closer examination, it may be the use of too many chemicals causing their reaction.
United States Sued for Protecting Polar Bears
The United States federal government attempts to make strides in securing a habitat for the continued well-being and survival of the Alaskan polar bear population; facing off with big oil industry and the state of Alaska to meet their goal.
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