Monthly Archives: January 2011

Great use of camera traps

http://news.mongabay.com/2011/0130-hance_kinabatangan.html Would be great to see how many clouded leopards or elephants or bear actually live in the vicinity.  But a true great use of remote camera traps. Advertisements

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Utterly Disgusting

No comment – I’ll let you read on. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-12238900 Actually  I do have something to say. After they they eat all the endangered animals, what next ?  Thick as two planks.   These areas are not totally deprived off food, yet … Continue reading

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Animal Testing Ban On Target EU 2003

This is another prime example of abusing animals for the sake of humans.   Testing  makeup for human use upon poor rabbits/rats/mice.  How many decades have people protested against the use of testing on animals yet it still continues.  This … Continue reading

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BP & Russia Arctic Oil Deal

How can this be allowed ?  Did BP not learn their lesson by the biggest oil disaster ‘Deep Water Horizon’ spill! ? Can we allow them to play Russian Roulette with the lives of creatures who have no need for … Continue reading

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Badger Digging Attacks

Christian Latcham admits to 8 charges of cruelty to badger digging and gets away with a suspended sentence.   Why ?   Why cannot he be punished asap!  What is so pressing that he needs to be given a year before he … Continue reading

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Indonesian Animal Trade

This is not really news since we all know what happens to animals in that part of the world but an interesting video based on the wildlife trade in Indonesia.  Be they endangered or not people are still willing to … Continue reading

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BBC2 Arctic with Bruce Perry

This was quite an interesting and informative programme.  Bruce  Perry was spending time with the Inuits and seeing how they live and survive.  The inuits hunt for their food, they can spend days away from their family living in modest … Continue reading

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