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Self-Righteous Lion Huntress Hunted by Critics

By: Amanda Froelich, True Activist. It was in the unique landscape of South Africa self-proclaimed “hardcore huntress”, Melissa Bachman, shot and killed a lion from the Maroi Conservatory. Proud of her kill, the American television presenter – who boasts of her animal kills and is a producer for the American outdoors – was not expecting […]

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This Video Will Make You Never Want To Eat Lobster Again

By: Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution. It’s the age of information, and the internet has become an excellent tool for sharing and coming together to spread awareness to begin taking  necessary action towards global change. Collective Evolution recently received an email from PETA, showing their interest in working together to spread the word about animal cruelty worldwide. […]

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Gray whale dies bringing us a message

By: Brian, Live Free Live Natural. July 29, 2013, a sperm whale was stranded on Tershelling, a northern island in the Netherlands. A rescue attempt was attempted, but unfortunately the whale died. A young adult at 13.5 meters was taken for a necropsy at the port of Harlington. The sperm whale had plastic in its stomach, […]

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13 Pictures of Crazy Goats on Cliffs – It’s just what they do

I suppose, since it’s their instinct, these goats climbing around on cliffs aren’t literally insane. It’s just what they do. But still…crazy. (source) (source) (source) (source) (source) (source) (I’ve included the sources of these images if I could find them. If you know the photographer for any of the others, leave a comment. Thanks!) Credits: […]

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Most “Honey” From Grocery Stores Is Not Actually Honey

By: Justin Gardener, REALfarmacy.com It seems that corporations just can’t leave well enough alone. Even something as natural and historically revered as honey has to be processed until it is no longer the thing it used to be. Food Safety News conducted tests of honey sold at various outlets in 10 states and the District […]

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5 Lessons From the Tropics

By: Amanda Froelich, True Activist. Perceived as an oasis, lush with green vegetation, relaxing beaches, cool waterfalls, and ample time to relax, the stereotype which drives so many to the tropics is actually quite correct. However, there are subtler movements in the jungles of Costa Rica: scuttling life, growing vines, and a flow of energy […]

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Dogs can smell lung cancer in humans

Canines apparently possess a unique olfactory trait that allows them to sniff out the presence of cancer in the breath of people with the disease. And a new pilot study out of Austria suggests that dogs just might be the wave of the future as far as early detection is concerned, with recent trials showing […]

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Amazing Animal Bridges Around the World

Animals bridges, which may also be known as ecoducts or wildlife crossings, are structures that allow animals to safely cross human-made barriers like highways. A wildlife crossing is the broadest term and can include: underpass tunnels, viaducts, overpasses and bridges, amphibian tunnels, fish ladders, culvets and green roofs. [Source] Wildlife crossings are a practice in habitat […]

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