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Study Shows Threatened Fish Population Damaged by Fracking

by Megan Thompson

After re-investigating the Nami Resources Company fracking fluid spill of 2007, the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services have concluded that the spill is largely responsible for the widespread deaths of several fish species in Kentucky.

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Sea Shepherd to Stream Live from the Cove Tonight

by Jennifer Mishler

Sea Shepherd’s Cove Guardians are on the ground again at the cove, and will stream live from Taiji tonight.

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Vikings Star Clive Standen Says ‘Real Men Don’t Whale’

by Michael dEstries

In a new PSA for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Clive Standen – star of the History Channel’s epic series “Vikings” – urges an end to the horrific annual whale

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Kristin Davis Raises Money to Protect African Elephants Against Poachers

by Lindsey Little

“Sex and the City” alum, Kristin Davis, is committed to raising money and bringing awareness to gruesome poaching in Africa. Every 15 minutes, an African elephant is killed for its

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Ricky Gervais Says ‘Bullfighting Is So Cruel’

by Jennifer Mishler

Ricky Gervais recently asked his fans to speak out against the UK’s badger cull. Now, the star has joined in the fight against bullfighting.

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Albino Alligator Receives Acupuncture for Bad Back

by Michael dEstries

Acupuncture – it’s not just for humans! Bino, an eight-year-old albino alligator living at the San Paulo Aquarium in Brazil, has been receiving acupuncture to help alleviate symptoms of scoliosis, a

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Mayim Bialik Connects Veganism and Judaism

by Amanda Just

With Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur coming up, Mayim Bialik and two vegan organizations are encouraging members of the Jewish community to go vegan.

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