Animals

Critics Have a Field Day Panning Eco-Flick ‘Furry Vengeance’

by Elizah Leigh

Uh oh…poor Brendan Fraser. Such a likable Hollywood actor and yet he continually stars in stink-bomb flicks that leave a trail of time-wasting, mind-melting pollution in their wake. Playing Dan

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Japan Issues Arrest Warrant For Sea Shepherd’s Paul Watson

by Michael dEstries

Earlier today, the nation’s Coast Guard obtained an arrest warrant for Sea Shepherd founder Paul Watson for ordering volunteers to interfere with whaling operations. They also requested that he be added to Interpol on suspicion of assault and obstruction of business, reports said.

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Petitions Against Sarah Palin And Discovery Snag Over 500,000 Signatures

by Elizah Leigh

Discovery Communications rolling out the red carpet for “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” has triggered an unprecedented number of environmentalists and plain old nature show purists to say, “Hell nooooo!” Opponents argue

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Leona Lewis Still Interested In Launching Animal-Friendly Clothing Line

by Michael dEstries

“I still love my big ballgowns with a kind of twist to them, but I also like Vivienne Westwood because she’s kind of punky and does really nice shapes for

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Do Nature Films Invade The Privacy Of Animals?

by Michael dEstries

It goes without saying that technology has allowed nature filmmakers to peel back curtains on the lives of animals we otherwise would never be able to witness. Such stunning displays,

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Oliva Munn Records Anti-Circus PSA For PETA, We Approve

by MPD

Earlier this week, Ecorazzi reported that Olivia Munn, co-host of G4’s Attack of the Show!, was encouraging fans to boycott the circus by baring all in a new ad for PETA. Nudey starlets posing proud

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Whale-Serving ‘Hump’ Restaurant Off The Legal Hook?

by Michael dEstries

Are owners of “The Hump”, the sushi restaurant caught in February serving endangered whale meat, getting away with only a slapped wrist? That’s the word coming out of an AP

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