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Religion and Animal Cruelty
The theoretical mindset in the act of sacrificing the uncorrupted is so that sinners may continue to live whereas the chaste may not. This ideology goes a long way in explaining why there is the appearance of more wrong than right in the world.
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.
Saimaa Ringed Seal - Zen Master of the Waterway
There is only one area in the world that is home to the harmonious Saimaa Ringed Seal and the cause of its continued extinction boils down to human laziness.
Samhain Blessing for Animal Visitors
Here are some quick tips on how to give thanks to animals for their countless services, whether you celebrate Halloween, Samhain, or All Saints Day.
Saving Wildlife Equals Racism
According to Chinese-American's, California's Shark Fin Ban is racist towards those of Chinese descent because they are largely the consumers of shark fins.
Science and Symbolism of Lovebirds
Come here to find fun scientific lovebird facts and some fun loving folklore.
Scientists Discover Antibiotic Resistant Wildlife
Each year more people die from bacterial infections that were once preventable. Scientists discovered that antibiotic abuse in farm factory livestock is so prevalent that it has broken the agricultural barrier and is now in wildlife populations.
SeaWorld Orcas Are Not Educational
SeaWorld’s Orca displays have no intrinsic educational value and therefore should be shutdown.
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.
Ship Strike Rule Could Save Lives
Next to reducing overfishing and deadly sonar practices, the most significant way to reduce unintentional marine mammal deaths is the continued implementation of the Ship Strike Rule.
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