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Zoo animals monitored for earthquake clues
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A popular zoo in China has become the focus of an unusual new earthquake prediction experiment. The belief that some animals possess the ability to se... [...]
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Army doctor took millions from taxpayers to physically, sexually abuse soldiers and animals, activists claim
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(NaturalNews) Dr. John Henry Hagmann retired from the U.S. Army in 2000, and since then he has assisted in the training of thousands of soldiers and medical personnel in the treatment of battlefield wounds.His company, reports Reuters, Deployment Medicine International, has snagged... [...]
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Why chimpanzees and sentient animals deserve 'nonhuman rights'
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(NaturalNews) The most historic advancement for animal rights in the US emerged when New York State Judge Barbara Jaffe granted a writ of habeas corpus for two chimps, Hercules and Leo. The two chimps have been held captive for biomedical laboratory research at Stony Brook University... [...]
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Dairy industry lobbyists were authors of Idaho's gag law that criminalizes photographing dairy industry abuse of animals
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(NaturalNews) Lots of Americans probably wish they had the power to write their own laws, but few do. Instead, such tasks are left to our elected officials and the monied special interests that control them.As reported by The Intercept, state legislatures around the country are... [...]
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Dispersant used in Gulf oil spill causes injuries to humans and aquatic animals
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Activist PostNew research from investigators at the University of Alabama at Birmingham suggests that Corexit EC9500A, an oil-dispersal agent widely used in the Gulf of Mexico following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, contributes to damage to epithelium cells within the lungs of humans and gills of marine creatures. The study also identifies an enzyme that is expressed in epithelial cells across species that has protective properties against Corexit-induced damage.The investigators say that fin [...]
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Chinese villagers find rotting, dead animals dumped in river after noticing bad taste in drinking water
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(NaturalNews) Water is a precious commodity and one that is necessary for life. Recently, the residents of a Chinese village were shocked and disturbed to discover the reason behind the change in the way their water tasted. Much to their horror, these villagers realized that dead... [...]
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What If Animals Treated Us The Way We Treat Them?
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What would life be like if animals treated us the same way we treat them? These incredibly thought-provoking cartoons that reverse the human/animal roles will make you cringe when you realize what it would be like to be in the same position as many animals are today. How would you like the be made into a fashionable handbag? Or perhaps you would prefer to be a rug on someones floor? Every living being deserves the same type of respect and love, whether they’re human or animal! medianet [...]
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064:  Awesome News, New Free Webinar and Tracking Animals
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Housekeeping: I still have room in my FREE WEBINAR: Creative first Aid Kit Components a. 45 Min Webinar b. All the things you can learn: i.Up to 20 Common Items you probably already have ii. How to use what you […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... [...]
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Scientist Says Animals Have Innate Sense Of Humility, Compassion, And Fairness
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You’ve probably heard it about a thousand times. People telling you that if you don’t conform to one belief system over another that your sense of morality is skewed. You’ve probably heard people say that animals don’t think like we do, and that they have no sense of morality either. An individual’s gut may tell them so, but science is painting a different picture. According to Researcher Frans de Waal, animals absolutely do have a natural sense of humility, fairnes [...]
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Watching This Little Girl Grow Up With Animals In Africa Will Blow You Away
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The Jungle Book was one of my favorite stories growing up; a boy living among wild animals. It was only a dream for me, but for Tippi, a young girl in Namibia, Africa, it’s a reality. Tippi’s parents are nature photographers, so taking photos of their daughter growing up alongside wild animals in Africa made complete sense. They managed to capture some incredibly stirring images. The style of parenting Tippi’s parents chose is a little unusual. Instead of growing up in a traditional school [...]
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Animals instinctively turn to natural medicine to improve their health
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(NaturalNews) When animals get sick, the last thing they think of doing is heading down to the local CVS for a prescription. New research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) reveals that animals both wild and domestic instinctively seek out natural... [...]
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This Drug Has Sickened Thousands of Animals – Will It Be At Your Holiday Feast?
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I have been to countless holiday meals when I had no control over the ingredients. Of course, I ate what was offered and was polite but knowing what I know now about what’s really in food – it’s hard for … ContinuedThe post This Drug Has Sickened Thousands of Animals – Will It Be At Your Holiday Feast? appeared first on Food Babe. [...]
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Biotech’s Bizarre World: 7 Genetically Modified Animals
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You have to wonder what makes a genetic engineer’s mind tick. Victor Frankenstein claimed to be creating his monster for the betterment of humankind, but it seems more likely that he did so out of arrogance or a desire to play God. When you read about the 7 genetically engineered animals that have been created in the last few decades, you might ask yourself – exactly what motivates the biotech industry? If they aren’t letting loose GMO mosquitoes and moths, or creating suicide seeds [...]
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52% of the world's animals have died off in just four decades
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(NaturalNews) While it is common knowledge that living unsustainably has its consequences, that hasn't prevented the majority of the world from excessively over consuming its limited resources.A recent report by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) presents us with a stark reminder of... [...]
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Organics Board to Review Rules for BPA, GMOs, and GMO Vaccines for Animals
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Click Image to Expand. by Alliance for Natural Health This is an URGENT ACTION ALERT! The deadline for comments is this week. The National Organic Standards Board will be meeting later this month in Louisville. Fundamental issues that will determine the future of organic foods will be discussed and voted upon. The NOSB has proposed a new research priority: whether to prohibit BPA (the endocrine disruptor bisphenol A) in the packaging used for organic foods “in light of mounting evidence that i [...]
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Animals could spread Ebola to 15 more African countries, warn Oxford scientists
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(NaturalNews) At least 15 African countries, primarily in the central regions of the continent, are at high risk of Ebola being spread by animals, in addition to the previous seven countries that have reported cases of zoonotic transmission of the disease, according to new research... [...]
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Toxic sunblock products pollute water and pose health threat to marine animals
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(NaturalNews) Sunblock ingredients that wash off swimmers' skin and into the oceans form toxic chemicals that may be destructive to nearly all life in the oceans, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies in Spain and published... [...]
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Animals are able to judge whether something is fair or not
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(NaturalNews) Humans aren't the only animals that understand the concept of fairness, according to research presented recently at the 122nd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.Fairness is a topic of particular interest to researchers who study the evolution... [...]
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Fukushima Radiation Fallout Causing Serious Biological Effects on Plants and Animals
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Activist PostFollowing the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power plant meltdown, biological samples were obtained only after extensive delays, limiting the information that could be gained about the impacts of that historic disaster. Determined not to repeat the shortcomings of the Chernobyl studies, scientists began gathering biological information only a few months after the disastrous meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japan in 2011. Results of these studies are now beginning to reveal s [...]
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Moral Behavior in Animals
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We can all learn from monkeys. Don’t you agree?  Empathy, cooperation, fairness and reciprocity — caring about the well-being of others seems like a very human trait. But Frans de Waal shares some surprising videos of behavioral tests, on primates and other mammals, that show how many of these moral[...] [...]
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Millions of animals are intentionally killed each year by US Wildlife Services
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(NaturalNews) In 2013, the US Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services killed more than 4 million animals, an ironic twist of fate for an agency that is supposedly charged with preserving and protecting the country's wildlife.The Washington Post reports, the massive toll... [...]
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How large were Earth's earliest animals ?
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Palaentologists have discovered the fossil remains of a large fish dating back 423 million years. Up until now it has been generally believed that mos... [...]
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California pelicans fail to mate, animals dying 'like a horror show' – is Fukushima to blame?
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(NaturalNews) The "fun in the sun" lifestyle that Southern California is known for apparently no longer applies to the region's seabirds, many of which are disappearing at an alarming rate. New reports indicate that the vast majority of California pelicans have simply stopped reproducing... [...]
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Right to Farm Being Stripped from Citizens: Michigan can Now Ban Animals in Backyards
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No BAN was enacted. Imagine being threatened with jail time for teaching your children how to grow vegetables in the backyard garden. How about the Department of National Resources (DNR) forcing you to shoot all your pigs because they are the wrong ‘race’? This was already an unbelievable reality in the state of Michigan prior to the latest news reported by the state’s public radio station: now as a further assault on human rights and sovereignty, Michigan has ruled that local government [...]
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Scientists Race to Develop Farm Animals to Survive Climate Change
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Los Angeles Times | Researchers from the University of Delaware develop new breeds of farm animals that can stand up to the hazards of "global warming." [...]
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Should animals be able to sue their owners ?
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The number of legal experts specialising in defending the rights of animals has been on the increase. In one notable recent case, a team of lawyers in... [...]
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Lab-grown skin to replace testing on animals
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Human skin grown from stem cells in the lab could put an end to drug and cosmetics testing on animals. The breakthrough was made by a team of scientis... [...]
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Why do animals sometimes rain from the sky ?
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Stories of frogs, fish and other creatures falling from the sky like rain have been told for centuries. One of the earliest recorded examples of this ... [...]
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