Animals

Remaining Captive Monkeys at Mazor Farm Saved with $2 Million Purchase

by Anthony Marcusa

In a staggering act of conservation, an Israeli animal rights activist has opened his wallet to save more than 1,200 monkeys from testing. Ady Gil, a wealthy businessman residing in

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Bald Eagle Population Soars After Years of Endangerment

by Natalia Lima

Appropriately timed for President’s Day, researchers have announced that the bald eagle population is once again on the rise after years of decline. “It’s hard to step away from the

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LoveAnimals.Org Launches As a ‘Kickstarter’ For Needy Animals

by Brianne Hogan

When a Colorado woman became frustrated over the number of atrocities facing animals in need, she decided to launch a website as a way to save animals all over the

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Bake a Cupcake, Save a Dog or Cat on National Cupcake Day

by Brianne Hogan

Sweet lovers already know that National Cupcake Day is February 23, but now animal lovers can get in on the action, too. SPCAs and Humane Societies across Canada are calling

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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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