Police Suspect Large Cat Attacked Parked Car

Incident date: 
Thu, 05/08/2003
Date reported: 
Thu, 05/08/2003
Date Published: 
Thu, 05/08/2003 (All day)
City: 
Fairland
State: 
Indiana
Category: 
Escape
Headline: 
Police Suspect Large Cat Attacked Parked Car
Summary: 

A woman's car, parked in her driveway, was damaged by a wild cat.  Authorities believe the big cat hooked its top teeth into the top tread of one tire and sank its bottom teeth into the sidewall, and that it also chewed off part of the bumper.

Publication: 
Wave3
Author: 
Associated Press

Mountain lion escapes from car, gets shot

Incident date: 
Mon, 02/02/2004
Date reported: 
Mon, 02/02/2004
Date Published: 
Mon, 02/02/2004 (All day)
City: 
Fort Wayne
State: 
Indiana
Category: 
Escape
Headline: 
Mountain lion escapes from car, gets shot
Summary: 

A 150-pound mountain lion that had escaped from its owner's car after a minor traffic accident was shot and killed by police after it became agitated and tried to jump on an officer.

Publication: 
news.cincinnati.com

Young tiger claws trainer during circus

Incident date: 
Wed, 11/26/2008
Date reported: 
Wed, 11/26/2008
Date Published: 
Tue, 11/28/2006 (All day)
City: 
Evansville
State: 
Indiana
Category: 
Human Injury
Headline: 
Young tiger claws trainer during circus
Summary: 

A tiger swiped at an employee during a performance at Hadi Shrine Circus.  The man suffered injuries to his hand and leg but returned to work within a week.

Publication: 
Courier Press
Author: 
Jimmy Nesbitt

Pressure Builds on Canada to End International Polar Bear Trade as New Poll Reveals Overwhelming Canadian Support for a Ban

Publication Date: 
Wed, 01/30/2013
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 © IFAW/N. Ovsyanikov

A new Environics poll commissioned by Humane Society International and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW www.ifaw.org)shows that the vast majority of Canadians support the proposal to prohibit the international commercial trade of polar bear parts by uplisting the animals to Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species. Canada is the only country in the world to still allow its polar bears to be shot and sold on the global market.

Press Location: 
OTTAWA, Ontario
Press Contact
Press Contact: 
Michelle Cliffe (IFAW CA)
Dean Pogas (Canada: HSI)
Contact phone: 
001.647.986.4329
001.514.261.6007 /514.395.2914

VIDÉO : Tigresse de Sibérie secourue par nos soins, Cendrillon s’invite à l’écran

Mon, 01/14/2013

Il est rare de pouvoir observer pendant toute une journée durant un tigre de Sibérie, une espèce dont il ne reste que 350 individus à travers le monde. Grâce à une caméra de surveillance télécommandée offrant une vue plongeante sur son enclos, nous jouissons d’un aperçu d’une remarquable authenticité de la vie de cet animal.

FEUX DE BROUSSE : semaine dévastatrice et perte inestimable pour la Tasmanie

Mon, 01/14/2013
La Tasmanie enregistre des pertes colossales.

La Tasmanie enregistre des pertes colossales.L’équipe du Fonds international pour la protection des animaux s’est rendue dimanche 13 janvier dans la zone sinistrée de Dunalley, au sud-est de la Tasmanie, afin de mesurer l’ampleur des dégâts causés par les incendies sur l’environnement, les habitations et la faune sauvage.

Bekijk: Cinderella, onze geredde Amoertijger, vastgelegd op beeld

Mon, 01/14/2013

Het gebeurt niet vaak dat je getuige mag zijn van een dag uit het leven van een wilde Amoertijger. Dat er nog slechts 350 Amoertijgers in het wild leven, maakt het extra bijzonder. Dankzij een op afstand bedienbare videocamera met een vogelvluchtperspectief is dit het meest dichtbij dat we ooit zullen komen.

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Cougar Remains Loose After Escaping Rescue Center

Incident date: 
Mon, 01/08/2007
Date reported: 
Mon, 01/08/2007
Date Published: 
Mon, 01/08/2007 (All day)
City: 
Center Point
State: 
Indiana
Category: 
Escape
Headline: 
Cougar Remains Loose After Escaping Rescue Center
Summary: 

A 70-pound cougar scaled a 14-foot fence to escape the Exotic Feline Rescue Center.  The big cat's whereabouts were unknown.

Publication: 
The Indy Channel

Tiger escape proves to be wild ride

Incident date: 
Thu, 12/11/2008
Date reported: 
Thu, 12/11/2008
City: 
Albion
State: 
Indiana
Category: 
Escape
Headline: 
Tiger escape proves to be wild ride
Summary: 

An 18-year old Bengal tiger escaped from the Black Pine Animal Park.  Authorities launched an investigation to find the missing tiger.  Authorities failed to tranquilize the big cat when it was found, and it escaped again.  The tiger returned to the animal park on its own.

Publication: 
Journal Gazette
Author: 
Becky Manley