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10 Of The Most Heartwarming Dog Stories

Mom Taxi XIX: Traffic Lamb

Opportunity of a Lifetime: Don’t Miss It!

Fight for Rhinos

We are really excited to launch the details of our inaugural Helping Rhinos Exclusive Safari.  This is your chance to go on a trip of a life time, while at the same time making a practical contribution to rhino conservation.  Plus a significant amount of the money from your safari will directly fund Helping Rhinos/Fight for Rhinos in our field projects.

You’ll have the chance to take part in a rhino darting and chipping procedure, go tracking rhinos with telemetry and go behind the scenes at the world famous Kruger National Park to see the work being done to put a stop to the poaching crisis!!

See all the details below, but hurry if you would like to come along.  This really is an exclusive trip and there are just 6 places available.  To book your place call our travel partner Native Escapes on +44 (0)1342 834 700.

This trip is available to US and UK residents!…

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Senior Dogs

touch of home


One by one, they pass my cage,
Too old, too worn, too broken, no way.
Way past his time, he can’t run and play.
They shake their heads slowly and go on their way.

A little old man, arthritic and sore,
It seems I am not wanted anymore
I once had a home, I once had a bed,
A place that was warm, and where I was fed.

Now my muzzle is grey, and my eyes slowly fail.
Who wants a dog so old and so frail?
My family decided I didn’t belong,
I got in their way, my attitude was wrong.

Whatever excuse they made in their head,
Can’t justify how they left me for dead.
Now I sit in this cage, where day after day,
Those younger dogs get adopted away.

When I had almost come to the end of my rope,
You saw my face…

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New shark research

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video says about itself:

A “shark‘s eye” view: Witnessing the life of a top predator

28 Feb 2014

Scientists at the University of Hawaii and the University of Tokyo are attaching sophisticated sensors and video cameras to sharks, giving them a “shark’s eye” view of the ocean and revealing new findings about how sharks swim and live in their natural environment. The new research is being presented at the 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting co-sponsored by the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, The Oceanography Society and the American Geophysical Union.

For more information, visit here.

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Kenya: Lioness dangles nine-week-old cub in her claws and she crosses river



Lioness dangles nine-week-old cub in her claws and she crosses river

  • Makes her way across Ntiakitiak River in Kenya to join rest of her pride
  • Stunning images captured by Greek photographer Kyriakos Kaziras

Her jaws clamped firmly around the scruff of her tiny cub’s neck, this plucky lioness is taking no chances as she tackles a risky river crossing.


As her nine-week-old youngster dangles beneath her, the mother skips gingerly between impromptu stepping stones.

These stunning images capture the heart-stopping moment the lioness braved choppy waters, clasping her little one’s nape, as she made her way to join the rest of the pride on the other side of the river.


Amazingly, the cub escaped with only a sodden coat as its mother safely negotiated the fast-flowing waters of the Ntiakitiak River in Kenya’s Masai Mara game reserve.

Greek photographer Kyriakos Kaziras managed to capture the moment during a trip in December.

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‘Gluten Brain’: Wheat Cuts Off Blood Flow To Frontal Cortex.

The Truth is Where?

By: Sayer Ji, Founder  January 30th 2014.    Find Full Article Here:-

Research: Wheat Cuts Off Blood Flow To the Brain's Frontal Cortex

As far back as 1954, reports of the full or partial resolution of schizophrenia following a gluten free diet began to surface in the medical literature. We covered this remarkable pattern of associations in a previous article titled, “60 Years of Research Links Gluten Grains to Schizophrenia.” While the explanation for this intriguing connection has remained focused on the disruption of the gut-brain axis and the presence in wheat of a wide range of pharmacologically active and mostly opioid receptor modulating polypeptides, a new and possibly more disturbing explanation is beginning to surface: wheat consumption cuts off blood flow to the brain.

Starting with a 1997 case study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine involving a 33-year-old patient, with pre-existing diagnosis of ‘schizophrenic’ disorder, who first came to medical attention for severe diarrhea and…

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Indonesia Protects Manta Rays

England: Live Animals In That ? – No, Cant Be ! – What, There ARE !! – Petition to Sign and Crosspost. Thank You.

Serbian Animals Voice (SAV)




All photos V. Cameron and B. Fisher.

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Above and Below – Whats In It ?

Dear all,

We are asking as many people as possible to help sign the petition to stop ‘box type’ trailers being used in the EU to carry live animals.

Many people are completely unaware that when they pass trailers such as these on the highway, they are full of live animals.

There is absolute minimum, or no signage on the trailers to indicate that live animals are being transported.  This can be a very major problem should the trailer become involved in a major accident which could effectively cause it to overturn – animals would be trapped and die, whilst probably, but through no  fault of their own, rescue crews would be completely unaware that live animals are being transported and are in need of rescue.

Full details…

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Kids Pull Off a Massive Demonstration at the Whitehouse; Record Arrests

UK Council confiscates horse from owner after they shared house for two years

Straight from the Horse's Heart

By: Dion Dassanayake as published in the Express

“It is heartbreaking. It was clear that that they wanted to take the pony…”

Pensioner Stephanie Noble the council were “beyond heartless” in taking pony Grey Lady Too, who she has lived with since before Christmas 2011.

Council officers removed the animal in a horse box and handed the 67-year-old a letter saying they were going to seek a disposal order from a court.

Ms Noble, who lives in the Outer Hebrides, has promised to fight the legal action and said she “hates” the council for taking her beloved animal.

She said: “I am totally stressed out. They should have gone to court first. They have refused to tell me where they have taken her. It is just completely heartless – in fact beyond heartless.

“I feel raped, pilaged and burnt by this council. I hate their guts for what they have…

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Horse Prefers Owner’s House Over Barn

Straight from the Horse's Heart

Source: Multiple

“Now granted, this is “Feel Good Sunday” but today we may have to dub this installment as “Feel Really Weird Sunday”.  We’re sorry but this story is spreading like wild fire across the pond so we thought that we would share it with you here, in the good ole USA.

Now Terry and I enjoy spending about every waking moment with our equine companions, either we are out in the pastures with them, on the trails or even allowing them to come on into our human yard and graze while we work on landscaping and such (the pool IS off limits and we have a sign to remind them “No horses allowed beyond this point!”.

Likewise, Terry and I went to great expense to build the horses a first rate barn that not only offers them clean, comfortable shelter when inside but also affords them ample shelter when…

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Dogs survives deplorable conditions

Update on depressed pit bull surrendered in Chicago

Update on Suzy, the elderly dog whose guardian died

Photos of Animals Attacking Humans, for A Change !



A Buddhist monk repels attack an Asian tiger temple Wat Pa Luangtabua to Sai Yok, Thailand.


An elephant destroys a minibus after throwing its rider to the ground. Abey, an elephant 18 years and 4 tons broke loose during a polo tournament elephant in Sri Lanka.


A golden eagle attacks a cameraman during an annual hunting competition in Kazakhstan.


A rider gets gored a fighting bull during the sixth bullfight of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona.

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scene stealer…

two decades of commercial internet activity brings us…

The Science Is In: Elephants Are Even Smarter Than We Realized [Video]

GarryRogers Nature Conservation

We now have solid evidence that elephants are some of the most intelligent, social and empathic animals around—so how can we justify keeping them in captivity?

See on www.scientificamerican.com

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Insomnia Series: Exhausted Meerkat trying not to fall asleep

Can you relate?

Watch 8 Foot Octopus Wrestle Camera from Diver (1:46)

A little too close…



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a meeting of minds…


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Sunset Horse Silhouette Canada by Mark Duffy


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how to eat spaghetti…

We’re so jealous of this guy who got to hug a baby elephant

is there no place the nsa doesn’t go?