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Considered as ‘working dogs’ they are not formally considered part of the ‘Pet category’ and, therefore, are used as objects for income instead of friends. Galgos dogs are exploited in order to run as fast as they possibly can but when they are no...

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Our Representative in Cameroon Mr Che Gilbert Ayunwi appointed Ambassador of the World Animal Day The World Animal takes place every year on the 4th of October. It concerns ALL animals and its aim is to mobilize general respect for them all over the world...

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“In Indonesia, every year millions of dogs are brutally caught and transported for the dog meat trade. There are many stolen pets and illegally trafficked animals collected from the streets and rural communities. They are squashed into cages and package...

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“Complete liberation of animals is the only means of liberation of man”. CROATIA – Saturday, April 13, 2019 was the day for the 3rd March for Animals. It was the day to raise our voices and stand for the defenceless who have been deprived of the...

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NUTRIA: STERILISATION BY LAPAROSCOPY. A TRULY INNOVATIVE END EFFECTIVE IDEA TO TACKLE THE SPREAD OF “INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES” There is a growing prejudice against nutrias in Italy, viewed as public enemies by many. Let’s see why. THE PROBLEM…. This...

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Blood Lions follows acclaimed environmental journalist and safari operator Ian Michler, and American hunter, Rick Swazey, on their journey to uncover the realities of the multi-million dollar predator breeding and canned lion hunting industries in South A...

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Captive lion breeding is totally destroying African personality; its reputation and image of wildlife defensor; the international community is in panic and, therefore, is trying to monitor the international bone trade. The committee chairman Mohlopi Mapul...

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Trophy hunting is nothing more than a cruel practice in which the hunter pays to kill iconic wildlife for the trophy. The hunter keeps parts of the animal, usually the head to show-off. Hunters claim that trophy hunting is a sustainable conservation tool ...

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• Do not visit breeding farms and captive facilities that offer animal interaction experiences • Do not engage in cub petting • Do not engage in lion walking • Do not volunteer to take care of lion cubs • Write to S.A. Embassies/Consulates in yo...

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