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Australia’s Oldest Man Knits Sweaters For Penguins In Need

by Brianne Hogan

Alfie Date’s inability to say “no” to favours and his ability to knit sweaters has helped saved the lives of penguins in Australia. Date, at 109-years-old, is Australia’s oldest man,

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‘FishLove’ is Back With More Celebs Posing Nude to Support Marine Species

by Brianne Hogan

Their love for threatened marine species knows no bounds — or clothes. Celebs like, Helena Bonham Carter, have shed their clothes in support of the Blue Marine Foundation’s campaign, Fishlove.

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World’s Largest Fashion Retailer Says ‘No’ to Angora Wool

by Natalia Lima

After pressure from PETA, the largest fashion retailer in the world has agreed to stop selling angora wool in its stores. Inditex, the parent company of Zara, has more than

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Discovery Channel to Air ‘Racing Extinction’ Worldwide

by Natalia Lima

The newest documentary from the ‘The Cove’ director Louie Psihoyos, ‘Racing Extinction’, has just gained some major exposure as the Discovery Channel announced it will air it all over the

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Second Public School in the U.S. Goes Vegetarian

by Natalia Lima

Following the footsteps of a public elementary school in Flushing, Queens, another public school in New York City has decided to go vegetarian. The Peck Slip School in lower Manhattan

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Google’s Adorable Android Ad Features Furry Friends

by Anthony Marcusa

Prepare to have your heart melted, animal lovers. Google’s latest ad for Android is 60 seconds of cuteness, love, and happiness. ‘Be Together, Not the Same’ declares an advertisement that

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Kentucky is the Nation’s Worst State for Animal Welfare

by Megan Thompson

For the seventh consecutive year, the state of Kentucky has been ranked as America’s lowest when it comes to animal protection laws. According to the Animal Legal Defense Fund, this

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