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Margarine Kills Wildlife
As mega food conglomerations attempt to spin doctor deforestation as reforestation to ease the moral turmoil of consumers, the Earth continues to let people know that it is not nice to fool Mother Nature.

Meet the Furry Caterpillar
This caterpillar might look like a real-life Star Trek Tribble because of its furry exterior and unassuming demeanor, but this critter packs a poisonous punch.

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.

Monsanto Linked to Bee Plight
Research has shown that bee Colony Collapse Disorder is associated with Monsanto’s neonicotinoid insecticides, as well as, exposure to the firm’s genetically modified corn crops.

Moth Eyes Help Create Efficient Solar Cells
The future comfort of our families will be, in large part, thanks to the wonderful nature of moths.

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.

Ningen Guardians of Cetaceans
Is the Ningen a mysterious deep-water creature or a psychological manifestation to invoke humanitarianism?

Northern Gateway Pipeline Guts Animal Habitats
Canada considers allowing unparalleled damage to riverbeds, oceans, and habitats necessary to support life in order to chase the oil dollar. Meanwhile, animal populations continue to rapidly deplete from Tar Sands poisons.

NRDC Says Stop Breaking the Law!
Corporations, lawmakers, and enforcement agencies should be accountable for breaking environmental and animal welfare laws.

Ohio Animals Slain is a Wakeup Call
Terry Thompson’s gluttonous collection of wildlife and endangered species attempted to secure their freedom when the opportunity presented itself, without fruition. The world turned a critical eye towards America, to discover a pleasant surprise.

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