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Fresh Paws Off The Press!Honeybees Reject Pollen
Honeybees are rejecting their stockpiles of, what appears to be, viable pollen. Upon closer examination, it may be the use of too many chemicals causing their reaction.
The Animal Roar!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.
Congo Mountain Gorillas Face Oil Drilling Threat
Mountain gorillas face their own Armageddon as oil companies barter for the rights to drill within Congo's internationally protected Virunga National Park.
Japan Tsunami Animals Survive
Japan's Tsunami shows vast fundamental differences in animal rescue and their survival over America's Hurricane Katrina.
Learn from the side-by-side comparisons. Utilize the information on how to create an effective pet evacuation kit in the event of an emergency. If you live in a high-risk weather area, this is necessary view!
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In gentle winds our hearts meet and with open doors, our minds seek.Have a wonderful weekend!
Animal Life Editor