Man Buys Sea Turtles Destined To Be Food, Releases Them Back Into The Ocean

Man Buys Sea Turtles Destined To Be Food, Releases Them Back Into The Ocean
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Large Trees Are Being Cloned So Future Generations Can Enjoy Them

Large Trees Are Being Cloned So Future Generations Can Enjoy Them
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Despite Global Ban, Shark Finning Continues To Plague Rare Species

Last month shipping giant UPS announced that they would no longer ship shark fins, in response to a petition to the delivery company that collected over 170,000...

After 37 Years The Loggerhead Sea Turtle Is Making A Comeback In Georgia

On the beaches of Cumberland Island, Georgia, the work of wildlife biologist Doug Hoffman has begun to positively affect the populations of giant loggerhead sea...

Experts Baffled As To Why Rare African Penguin Population Has Declined By 90 Percent

Africa’s once ubiquitous penguins are now fast approaching extinction. The small flightless birds, which have attracted thousands of tourists every year, have...

Coca Cola Announces Its Entire Operations Will Be 'Water Neutral' By The End Of The Year

Coca-Cola Co. and its partners announced they expect to be restoring 100 percent of the water utilized in their plants by the end of this year, reaching an old ...

Endangered Lions To Return To Rwanda After More Than Twenty Years

After more than two decades lions will return to conflict ridden Rwanda, wildlife officials have said. Indigenous, and highly endangered, lions were wiped out i...

World Governments Force Activist Group To Pay Japan's Illegal Whale Hunting Industry

In what clearly shows the world is ruled by big money corporate interests, hard-line antiwhaling group Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has bizarrely been forc...

Vampire Energy Drain Costing U.S. $19 Billion Annually

We live in an increasingly connected, always-on world. Our phones talk to our fridges and our washing machines email us. Yet all this connectivity is coming at ...

Wildlife Decline May Lead To Empty Landscapes

Approximately 60% of giant plant eating animals, including rhinos, elephants and gorillas, are at risk of extinction, according to new research. Analysis of 74...