Orphaned tiger cub becoming more comfortable with taste of spring

Fri, 03/25/2016

Two and a half months after being admitted to the Russian Far East tiger rehabilitation center called PRNCO "Tiger Center," a female tiger cub is enjoying the first signs of spring.

She has stopped showing signs of restlessness, which consisted of “nervous” runs along the enclosure fence, and has even started demonstrating more comfortable behaviors in her favorite lair, lying around with her belly up.

Orphaned tiger cub becoming more comfortable with taste of spring

Fri, 03/25/2016

Two and a half months after being admitted to the Russian Far East tiger rehabilitation center called PRNCO "Tiger Center," a female tiger cub is enjoying the first signs of spring.

She has stopped showing signs of restlessness, which consisted of “nervous” runs along the enclosure fence, and has even started demonstrating more comfortable behaviors in her favorite lair, lying around with her belly up.

Японский китобойный флот возвращается в порт, снова начав добычу кита в Антарктике вопреки международному праву

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Thu, 03/24/2016
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Japan’s whaling fleet returns to port after resuming Antarctic whaling in defian

Японский китобойный флот вернулся в порт сегодня (в четверг) после возобновления незаконного убийства китов в Южном океане, проигнорировав международное право и глобальную оппозицию добыче китов.

Согласно информации в СМИ, правительство Японии объявило о возвращении флота в Симоносеки на западе Японии сегодня днем. Флот вышел из порта с планами добыть 333 малых полосатиков. Хотя пока официального заявления о числе убитых в этом охотничьем сезоне китов не было сделано, источники в правительстве Японии информируют о том, что квота была использована полностью.

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Tokyo, Japan
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Orphaned tiger cub becoming more comfortable with taste of spring

Fri, 03/25/2016

Two and a half months after being admitted to the Russian Far East tiger rehabilitation center called PRNCO "Tiger Center," a female tiger cub is enjoying the first signs of spring.

She has stopped showing signs of restlessness, which consisted of “nervous” runs along the enclosure fence, and has even started demonstrating more comfortable behaviors in her favorite lair, lying around with her belly up.

Gewonde dieren nog altijd herstellende van bosbranden Victoria

Thu, 03/24/2016
Een wallaby met verbrande pootjes was één van de twee wallaby's die kortgeleden

Een wallaby met verbrande pootjes was één van de twee wallaby's die kortgeleden terug zijn uitgezet in de natuur.

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Japan’s whaling fleet returns to port after resuming Antarctic whaling in defiance of international law

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Japan’s whaling fleet returned to port today (Thur), after ignoring international law and global opposition to resume its illegal slaughter of whales in the Southern Ocean.

According to media reports, the Japanese government announced that the fleet arrived back in Shimonoseki, western Japan, earlier today. It had set out with plans to harpoon 333 minke whales. While there has so far been no official statement on the number of whales killed during this season’s hunt, Japanese government sources suggest the full quota was taken.

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Tokyo, Japan
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Japon : retour de chasse en Antarctique pour la flotte baleinière au mépris du droit international

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Thu, 03/24/2016
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La flotte de chasse à la baleine du Japon est rentrée au port aujourd'hui, après avoir repris l’abattage illégal des baleines dans l'océan Austral au mépris du droit international et de l'opposition mondiale.

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Tokyo, Japon
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IFAW applauds China for banning import of African elephant ivory

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Wed, 03/23/2016
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IFAW applauds China for banning import of African elephant ivory

Yesterday, China extended the ban on the imports of African elephant ivory carvings acquired after the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) took effect in 1975 and African elephant ivory acquired as hunting trophies to December 31, 2019. In the meantime, a new ban was issued where China will forbid imports of all ivory and its products acquired before CITES.

 

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Beijing, China
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Japan’s whaling fleet returns to port after resuming Antarctic whaling in defiance of international law

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Thu, 03/24/2016
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Japan’s whaling fleet returns to port after resuming Antarctic whaling in defian

Japan’s whaling fleet returned to port today (Thur), after ignoring international law and global opposition to resume its illegal slaughter of whales in the Southern Ocean.

According to media reports, the Japanese government announced that the fleet arrived back in Shimonoseki, western Japan, earlier today. It had set out with plans to harpoon 333 minke whales. While there has so far been no official statement on the number of whales killed during this season’s hunt, Japanese government sources suggest the full quota was taken.

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Tokyo, Japan
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