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Tell @BarackObama: #LeadthePack, Save America’s Wolves

Tell @BarackObama: #LeadthePack, Save America’s Wolves.

Stop Big Oil From Drilling on Coral Reef

Stop Big Oil From Drilling on Coral Reef.

Protect Loch Ness Red Squirrel from Extinction

The Loch Ness red squirrel is endangered and habitat destruction threatens the animals’ ability to survive. Sign this petition to demand habitat protections.

via Protect Loch Ness Red Squirrel from Extinction.

Kenya opens $100m wildlife forensic lab to help prosecute poachers

Emilio Cogliani

New facility in Nairobi, first of its kind in east Africa, will collect and analyse DNA samples to help investigators identify the animal species killed by poachers

A genetic and forensic laboratory, the first of its kind in eastern Africa, has been opened in Kenya to help prosecute wildlife crimes by poachers.

Rhinos and elephants are among the animals being killed by poachers in Kenya, part of a growing illegal wildlife trade across Africa driven by demand in Asia and estimated to be worth hundreds of billions of dollars a year.

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Avian Flu now in 16 States

Nwo Report

(Reuters) –The fast-spreading avian flu virus was confirmed for the first time in Nebraska, at a commercial egg-laying farm that housed a flock of 1.7 million chickens, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Tuesday.

The case in Dixon County, Nebraska, brings the number of states affected by the outbreak to 16, and the U.S. tally of birds that have either died or will be killed to 32 million.

The U.S. poultry and egg industry has been grappling for months with the biggest outbreak on record of avian influenza in the United States.

Authorities do not know how the H5N2 virus reached the Nebraska farm. The property has been quarantined and the flock will be culled, USDA said.

“Unfortunately, Nebraska has joined a long list of states currently dealing with highly pathogenic avian influenza,” said Greg Ibach, director of the Nebraska Department of Agriculture.

Nebraska farmers and state regulators…

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Wednesday Puzzle: How did they get there?

Can Emoji Help Save Endangered Animals?

Igor Purlantov

Saving wildlife is now just a tweet away.  On Tuesday, WWF International launched its worldwide “Endangered Emoji” campaign, which lets users contribute to the organization’s conservation efforts by tweeting any one of 17 endangered emoji animals.The campaign reflects recent efforts by charities and advocacy groups to marry philanthropy and social media. In the last few years, donating to a cause has become increasingly simple, as websites, text messaging, and finally Facebook and Twitter provided anyone with a smartphone or an Internet connection with a way to participate or give with a click.

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Florida City Fires Their Entire Police Force


“One Florida town has been hit by corruption and it is so bad, the entire police force has been fired. The most corrupt city in the state has been exposed for its unlawful ways during a recent audit. All cops and elected officials in office have been let go or will be soon as this is just one of the stipulations that had to be followed to spare the city of Hampton, as its corruption runs deep.”

“Trouble arose in a quite innocent way according to the newly hired city attorney John Cooper. A Texaco gas station on nearby US 301 asked for cops to protect the place after a couple of bad accidents and homicides took place. Then, Hampton annexed a 1,200-foot stretch of highway. Later on though, someone arrived at the idea that a lot of easy cash was to be made from pulling over speeders and writing…

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Panda poaching culprits busted by China

Wildlife News×300.jpg – Forestry officials and police in Yunnan province of China have busted a 10 member gang of poachers targeting wildlife including pandas.
The raid by officials from  Zhaotong City  at a location in a nearby village recovered:

a giant panda skin,
almost 10kg of panda meat
2 leg bones
a panda sk… –

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William Shatner Proposes $30 Billion Water Pipeline from Seattle to Drought-Stricken California

Jade Helm Hardware Found Hidden In Texas Woods – Are These Portable Prison Cells? Military Humvees Delivered To Closed Texas Wal-Mart And Buildup Of Mysterious White Trucks In Fort Smith, Arkansas

The Citizen Media

With the alternative media and specifically All News Pipeline yesterday under organized attack by an entire armyof trolls attempting to discredit anything Jade Helm and lull the American people back to sleep, Facebook’s Scott Hoythas shared the following video below that should put an end to the thought that ‘there’s nothing going on down there in Texas’. Sharing right off the bat that he’s not a conspiracy theorist, Hoyt tells us that seeing whatever this is is simply “one of those things that will make you go hmmmmm……” 

With absolute proof now emerging that military humvees are INDEED being sent to one of the recently closed Wal-Mart stores in Texas coming to us today from Intellihub, what are we looking at in the picture and video above, hidden in the Texas woods off of a lone-star state highway? Speculation has ranged from portable prison cells to some other sort of building construction material. 

With all of the trolls and…

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Living With Booklice

Living With Insects Blog

booklice Liposcelis bostrichophila, a globally distributed booklice
Photo: Jarmo Holopainen, Historians have an interest in the preservation of important manuscripts. Books and other paper documents can be damaged by excessive sunlight, moisture, microorganisms, fungi and insects.  Booklice are insects that sometimes damage books.  In nature, booklice live under the bark of trees and feed on fungus.  Can such insects survive on a diet of the paper and adhesive found in books?

Green and Farman compared growth and reproduction of booklice on combinations of paper and adhesive to booklice grown on diet specifically for booklice. The booklice thrived on the artificial diet but decreased in numbers and did not reproduce on paper and adhesive alone. During their experiment some booklice died and the survivors were observed feeding on them. The dead book lice may have sustained the life of the booklice survivors. They conclude that booklice need a source of food…

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Texas veteran imprisoned for 35 days for refusing to surrender his Facebook password; fed donuts and insulin injections

The Citizen Media

(NaturalNews) Texas entrepreneur and U.S. Army veteran Jeremy Alcede has been imprisoned for 35 days (and counting) over his refusal to turn over his Facebook account password as part of a business bankruptcy court order. Federal bankruptcy Judge Jeff Bohm of the Southern District of Texas ordered Alcede thrown in jail for an indefinite period of time until he surrenders his Facebook account password, potentially creating a dangerous precedent that threatens the privacy and control of all our social media accounts.

For background, see the previous Natural News article Federal judge orders entrepreneur to commit his own Facebook identity theft or go to jail.

Jeremy Alcede is now being incarcerated at the Joe Corley Detection Center in Montgomery County, a for-profit “private prison” run by a corporation. Jeremy Alcede has not been charged with any crime and has been denied a jury trial. He is a “prisoner of…

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11-Year-Old Boy Accused Of Beating Dog To Death With Stick In Texas

Emilio Cogliani

An 11-year-old boy is under investigation in Fort Worth, Texas, after a dog was found beaten to death.

The dog, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix named Cookie, was discovered dead on Monday, KXAS-TV reports. Owner Jennifer Knittel says Cookie and her other dog, a German Shepherd named Sam, had been playing outdoors before the alleged incident.

According to WFAA-TV, a witness told Fort Worth police that she had been driving through the neighborhood when she spotted a boy attempting to kick the two dogs, who were hiding under a parked truck. The witness says she returned a few minutes later, and saw Cookie’s limp body “slumped” on a neighbor’s porch.

“The boy was walking away from the porch with a big stick in his hand,” the woman was quoted as saying, per Knittel.

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