Causes

Hate Drones? So Do These Chimps

by Brianne Hogan

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…a drone. And a chimp at the Royal Burgers’ Zoo in the Netherlands smashed one to pieces earlier this week. The chimp versus drone

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A Black Flamingo Was Spotted In Cyprus

by Brianne Hogan

An extremely rare black flamingo was seen last week on Mediterranean island of Cyprus, and experts say it may be the only one of its kind. The unique bird was

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NYC to Have Funeral for Victims of Animal Holocaust

by Natalia Lima

On April 16th, a Holocaust survivor will lead a funeral procession in New York City for all animals killed in factory farming to this day. On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Shimon

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Dark Sky Week Brings Awareness to Light Pollution

by Natalia Lima

When the sun goes down in the next seven days, make sure to look up because it is International Dark Sky Week. The event, happening between Monday, April 13th and

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New Project Seeks Crowdfunding to Make Death Eco-Friendly

by Natalia Lima

A new project is seeking funding to make human deaths more eco-friendly. If becoming a tree pod isn’t your thing, the Urban Death Project has launched a Kickstarter campaign to

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Hilary Swank and Edie Falco Honored At ASPCA Ball

by Brianne Hogan

Actresses and animal lovers Hilary Swank and Edie Falco were honored last week ASPCA’s 18th Annual Bergh Ball in New York City. Hosted by Lake Bell and Isaac Mizrahi at the Plaza Hotel, the

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World’s Last Male White Rhino Protected 24/7 by Armed Guards

by Megan Thompson

Since December of 2014, there has been only one male white rhino left on earth. Today, due to ever-increasing illegal poaching activity in Kenya, this male is being protected around

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