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After 100 Year Absence, Wood Bison Set for Alaska Return

by Anthony Marcusa

It has been over one hundred years, but the largest land mammal in North America is finally making a return to its native home. On Sunday, Wood bison will be

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Man Lives Alone in a Radioactive Town to Care for the Abandoned Animals

by Brianne Hogan

Naoto Matsumura has refused to leave the radioactive town of Fukushima, Japan in order to take care of its abandoned animal residents. Fukushima was evacuated in 2011 after an earthquake and

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Mexico Seeks New Homes for Over 2,000 Animals Due to Circus Ban

by Megan Thompson

In light of Mexico’s upcoming ban which will prevent animals from being used as performers in circuses, the country is now faced with the challenge of finding homes for over

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Missing South Carolina Cat Found in California U-Haul

by Brianne Hogan

The cat came back — just not the very next day. A South Carolina cat, who had been missing for two years, was finally discovered in the back of a

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Interview: Stephanie Flack talks DC Environmental Film Fest

by Anthony Marcusa

Across 12 days in the United States capital comes a film festival of global importance, as an environmentally-focused, widely-accessible gala to looks engage and enlighten, raise awareness, and call to

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PETA Calls On Live Earth To Serve Only Vegan Food

by Brianne Hogan

PETA is urging Kevin Wall, Al Gore, Pharrell Williams to heed Live Earth’s own advice to reduce carbon emissions by serving only vegan meals at worldwide events. Earlier this year, the

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Celebs Get on on the Twizzler Challenge For Autism

by Brianne Hogan

Celebrities alike — from Lena Dunham to Kathie Lee Gifford — are locking lips and munching on Twizzlers, all in the name of charity. The Twizzler Challenge is the “hotter”

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