Monthly Archives: December 2013

Water Supplies Contaminated With Metals, Pesticides and Prions

Pathogens, Toxins, Corruption Threaten Your Drinking Water Think twice before drinking or bathing in unfiltered tap water. A new report set to be published next year has found that a striking percentage of the U.S. water supply is contaminated with … Continue reading

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Elephants That Survive Massacres Scarred For Life

Editor’s Note: These three stories came out the same day. It seemed natural to blend them all. Thanks to the warriors and caretakers at David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Thanks to the reporters who prepared and presented these important stories. Elephants … Continue reading

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Schoolchildren Rally To Save Tigers

India The Best Hope For Tiger Conservation Local school children in Chandrapur will rise as ‘Kids for Tigers’ today calling for protection of tigers and tiger habitat. A team of conservationists from across the country will begin a 1,200km-long ‘Tiger … Continue reading

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Wild Horses Stuck In Sub-Zero Temperatures

Wild Horse Program Abusing Taxpayers, Animals How would you and your children like to stand around in the snow and ice all day and all night in sub-zero temperatures? That’s what Uncle Sam is doing to thousands of wild horses … Continue reading

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Africa’s First Aerial Census To Capture Falling Elephant Population

Elephant Census Searching For Path To Survival A fleet of 18 light aircraft will notch up two years of flying time in 2014 to conduct the first aerial headcount of Africa’s elephants. Trained counters will attempt to take photographs of virtually … Continue reading

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