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Animal Testing For Cosmetics
The European Union had recognized that it was no longer necessary to subject animals to harmful and deadly experiments with the advancements in technology. However, due to large pressure from the cosmetic industry, the Union seeks to recant its support of cruelty-free beauty products.
Humpback Whales Threatened by Oil Industry
Western Australia seeks to protect Humpback whales from the clutches of oil industries that seek to exploit the areas untapped resources.
Heavy Whaling on Faroe Islands
Fishing has been an evolving talent since the Mesolithic period. However, with an ever-expanding human population so too must our global fishing practices more responsibly evolve. What may have been prudent for the ancestors of the Faroe Islands is now an ill-gotten act of global irresponsibility.
Rhino Horn Consumption Myths
It is time to dispel the myths of rhinoceros horn being an effective aphrodisiac and the purported fountain of youth. Let us shed light on how our ignorance is killing off an endangered species.
Sharks Need Fins to Survive
Shark fin soup is an unnecessary food source when all the components found in a shark’s fin are also found within herbal and vitamin supplements that are readily available, far less costly on our purse strings, and more responsible to our ecosystem.
Florida Residents Plead for Panthers
Florida residents are dismayed as they face the extinction of the beloved state animal, the Florida Panther, for the sake of building a “Green” power plant when there are numerous other alternatives available that would not affect the last of these wild cats.
Feather Weave for Hair is Fowl
Hair fashion is fun and brings out the giddy inside most girls. However, it is hard to laugh and feel pretty when we know that we have death hanging in our strands.
New York Whistle Blower Bill
New York belives it more purposeful to punish animal cruelty whistle blowers to appease deep pockets rather than allow its constituency their First Amendment Rights, making the United States First Amendment more a suggestion of practice than a protected actionable right.
Elephant Tusks for Black Market Seized
Victories in Kenya and Vietnam airports reveal a cautionary tale about the continued prevalence of black market industries manipulating around international trade mandates to facilitate the ongoing demand for elephant tusks.
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.
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