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Old 27-10-2017, 02:58 PM   #901
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Entire breeding herd of rhinos shot and killed in horrific scenes on South Africa game reserve
Warning: contains distressing images ++++ Rhinos shot in 'sensless' killings had already had their valuable horns removed to try and save them from poachers

An entire breeding herd of rhinos has been shot and killed in horrific scenes in South Africa.

The rhinos were almost valueless to poachers as their horns had already been removed, but they were shot and killed anyway in two separate attacks after they were tracked down on a game reserve.

Their distraught owner said he had spent years building up the herd of three males and two females and they were all at the stage to mate.

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Old 01-11-2017, 10:59 PM   #902
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CINCINNATI ZOO MOURNS LOSS OF HENRY THE HIPPO
OCTOBER 31, 2017
Beloved father of Fiona loses battle with chronic illness

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CINCINNATI, OH (October 31, 2017) – The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is mourning the death of 36-year-old Henry, father of the famous Fiona. He had been struggling with health issues for months and had lost hundreds of pounds. According to vet staff who had been carefully monitoring him, he took an obvious downward turn in the past few days and was weak and unsteady. After an exam this morning, they determined that Henry’s quality of life would not improve and made the difficult decision to humanely euthanize him.
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'No longer kill animals': Bill Gates, Richard Branson back 'clean meat' start-up


The world's richest man, Bill Gates, and fellow billionaire Richard Branson have joined other business giants investing in a nascent technology to make meat from self-producing animal cells.

The Silicon Valley start-up they back hopes to tap rising consumer demand for protein that's less reliant on feed, land and water.

http://www.theage.com.au/business/in...25-gy46c8.html
I agree totally from a cruelty perspective but these two just don't even want to share the planet with animals.
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Old 02-11-2017, 07:06 PM   #904
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I agree totally from a cruelty perspective but these two just don't even want to share the planet with animals.
i had some serious doubt about making that post. i don't consider myself a fan of branson..
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'No longer kill animals': Bill Gates, Richard Branson back 'clean meat' start-up


The world's richest man, Bill Gates, and fellow billionaire Richard Branson have joined other business giants investing in a nascent technology to make meat from self-producing animal cells.

The Silicon Valley start-up they back hopes to tap rising consumer demand for protein that's less reliant on feed, land and water.

http://www.theage.com.au/business/in...25-gy46c8.html
Things like these reminds me, of how they say in the bible, about how humans will get idiotic ideas, and think they are some sort of god themselves.

Moronic or what.

There is a food chain, and nature lives on this food chain. Humans eating meat is normal in this world. Our teeth shows that we were made for eating cooked meat. We were designed that way, we never evolved.
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Old 05-11-2017, 05:12 PM   #906
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Things like these reminds me, of how they say in the bible, about how humans will get idiotic ideas, and think they are some sort of god themselves.

Moronic or what.

There is a food chain, and nature lives on this food chain. Humans eating meat is normal in this world. Our teeth shows that we were made for eating cooked meat. We were designed that way, we never evolved.
and the bible ALSO says:

Ecclesiastes 3:19

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For people and animals share the same fate--both breathe and both must die. So people have no real advantage over the animals. How meaningless!

http://biblehub.com/ecclesiastes/3-19.htm


it was even shown in an early X-Files episode, Fearful Symmetry (1995):


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Fox Mulder: [voiceover] Willa Ambrose and Ed Meecham have been charged with manslaughter for the death of Kyle Lang. And though the courts will rule on this matter, and justice will be no doubt be served, the pall of a greater tragedy remains. The motives of the silent visitors who set these events in motion remain unclear. Could this be a judgement on a global rate of extinction that has risen to 1000 times its natural rate in this century? An act of alien conservation of animals we are driving hard toward oblivion? And if so, might it follow that our own fate and existence could finally be dependent upon the conservatorship of an extraterrestrial race? Or in the simple words of a creature whose own future is uncertain, will "man save man?" - As they drive, they pass a church with a sign in front on which is written "Man has no pre-eminence above a beast: for all is vanity. Eccl 3:19."]

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Killed by poachers before it had a chance to live: Pregnant rhino is shot dead along with its calf and unborn child by hunters who fled before they could cut off the mother's horn
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Rhino and calf were shot dead by poachers in a South African National Park
Poachers were disturbed and fled before they could cut off the horns
Rangers found an unborn calf nearly carried to term inside the mother


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Angry mob throwing ‘flaming tar balls’ set fire to baby elephant Joe Roberts for Metro.co.ukWednesday 8 Nov 2017 7:00 am

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The conflict between humans and animals are laid bare in this horrific photo of an angry mob throwing fireballs at a baby elephant and its mother. It shows the young calf screaming in pain as its hind legs catch fire from the flaming tar balls. Its mother is out in front as both animals desperately run away from their human attackers chasing them. Biplab Hazra’s arresting picture, titled ‘Hell is here’, was taken in West Bengal, India, and won top entry in Sanctuary magazine’s photography competition.

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Little girl's stolen puppy returned by remorseful thieves

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-41927257



A little girl's puppy has been reunited with her family, seemingly returned by the same thieves who stole her.
Sasha, an eight-week-old Labrador, was taken during a burglary in Melbourne on Monday morning - along with a laptop, an iPad, and some jewellery.
The family told Australian news outlets they were "devastated" at the loss of four-year-old Maia's "best friend".
But on Thursday, Sasha was discovered in the garden, apparently dropped there by the remorseful thieves.
The puppy, who the owners said had a medical condition that needed attention, had only been part of the family for a week when she was taken.

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Hospital Constructs Biggest Organic Rooftop Farm In Boston

POSTED ON NOVEMBER 8, 2017

https://www.naturalblaze.com/2017/11...ftop-farm.html



With high rates of failing health and processed, fast-food consumption, there are some people making this obvious connection and doing something about it. This organization is guiding hospitals in the direction of fresh, locally grown, and seasonal food for patients. They’re even showing patients how to grow and cook fresh, healthy food in an attempt to liberate them out of their revolving door of poor diet choices and hospital visits. The Health Care Without Harm’s Healthy Food in Health Care program is revolutionizing lives by helping hospitals offer patients healthy foods and empowering them with knowledge.

Program director, Stacia Clinton says, “There is an increasing trend in hospital farms. There’s a greater demand now for people to know where their food is coming from, and hospitals are looking for ways to connect people to their food more directly.”
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The heartbreaking moment a mother cow chases after her calves as they're slowly driven away from her in a cage on a trailer
The heartbreaking moment a mother cow chases her calves has emerged online
In the video, the mother moves quickly as she attempts to catch up to her calves
The footage begins with the cow cantering behind a trailer pulled by a 4WD
She desperately tries to keep up with the vehicle however is sadly unsuccessful


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Trump reverses elephant trophy ban after public outcry and says it will stay in place while his decision is under review
President Trump Friday reversed his decision to allow elephants hunted and killed in Zimbabwe to be imported into the US
Thursday the administration said they would allow the big game to be imported, but the decision was loudly decried
Animal rights groups around the globe condemned the 'reprehensible' move
Trump's sons Donald and Eric have sparked controversy with pictures of big game they killed, including an elephant


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Animal cruelty sentences to rise to five years in prison
People in England who commit the most serious crimes of animal cruelty could face up to five years in prison, the government has said.
The move - an increase on the current six-month maximum sentence - follows a number of cases where English courts wanted to hand down tougher sentences.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove said it would target "those who commit the most shocking cruelty towards animals".
The RSPCA said it would "deter people from abusing and neglecting animals".

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41451893
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Bulldog Bites Pedophile's Penis Off as He Tried to Rape Sleeping Children Family dog saves young children from sexual abuse

Read more at: http://www.nnettle.com/news/3164-bul...eping-children


A pedophile has been left with "life-altering" injuries after climbing through the bedroom window of two young children, only to be greeted by their pet bulldog who bit his penis off.52-year-old Randle James of Saline County, Arkansas, climbed into the 1st-floor window of the small family home into the room where the two young sisters were sleeping after passing by and seeing the open window.After climbing into the room of the 3 and 6-year-old sisters, James got more than he bargained for when family's Pitt Pull Terrier leaped to the girl's defense.The dog severed the rapist's genitals clean off and swallowed his penis and testicles.

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Another local resident described being awoken by the "screaming" during the incident: "I think it woke everyone in the neighborhood up."I've never heard anything like it."Blood-curdling screams that sounded like something from a horror movie."It must have lasted 20 minutes."When I heard what happened I thought, 'no wonder!'"Then I thought, 'good. Good doggy.'"

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Animals experience emotions and exhibit distinct personalities, science confirms
Friday, December 01, 2017 by: Isabelle Z.

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-12-...-confirms.html

(Natural News) While most of us wouldn’t go out of our way to hurt another living creature, plenty of people don’t think twice about eating meat. Where their food came from and the destruction to animal habitats that is caused to sustain modern lifestyles never crosses many people’s minds. Even though many people would like to believe that animals don’t have feelings and aren’t affected by the way we treat them, science shows they do indeed experience emotions and have distinct personalities much like humans do.

It won’t come as much of a surprise that horses are very emotional, given their social nature. Any horse owner will tell you their horse has feelings, but it actually goes much further than that.

Researchers have found that one of the factors with the biggest influence on horses’ emotions is the way they are housed. Horses that were kept outdoors in fields had a lower tendency to be afraid of new objects than those who were kept individually in boxes. They found the animals are capable of experiencing both anxiety and fear.
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CAN CATS AND DOGS SEE ‘SPIRITS’? SCIENCE CONFIRMS THEY CAN SEE FREQUENCIES WE CAN’T
August 6, 2017

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/08/0...quencies-cant/

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It was recently brought to my attention that even mainstream science recognizes cats, dogs, and other animals can see frequencies humans can’t.

After reading about it a little bit, it makes sense scientifically in a separate way from spiritually. It’s simple really: the scientific explanation is that cats and dogs can see UV light and a few other rays, which human retinas don’t have the ability to see.
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HOW SHOWING COMPASSION FOR ANIMALS CAN IMPROVE PERSONAL WELL-BEING
March 21, 2017

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Compassion is the humane side of suffering, which inspires the most beautiful acts of humanity. In man’s world, animals often bear the worst of our dark side, suffering under the stresses of cruelty and ruthlessness, however, being compassionate towards animals may actually be good for your health and well-being, perhaps even prolonging your life.

For so many of us, compassion appears to be an innate, instinctual part of the human experience, something so many of us do automatically, and decades of clinical psychological research into the problem of human suffering shows how our most evolved nature is to respond compassionately. A host of university studies share the conclusion that compassion is part of our higher nature, looking at the biological basis for compassion.

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Trophy hunter who kills endangered elephants and lions 'eaten by crocodiles'

Crocodiles are thought to have eaten a South African hunter after human remains were found inside two animals.

Scott van Zyl disappeared last week after he went on a hunting safari in Zimbabwe. Accompanied by a pack of dogs and a Zimbabwean tracker, the professional hunter who organises trips for foreign clients is thought to have been eaten by crocodiles on the bank of the Limpopo River.

It is believed Mr van Zyl and his tracker left their truck and walked in different directions into the bush. The dogs later returned to the camp without Mr van Zyl, whose belongings were found inside the vehicle. Rescue teams were sent to search for the hunter and helicopters, trackers and divers all scoured the region.

His tracks were later spotted leading to the banks of the river and his backpack was located nearby. Sakkie Louwrens, a member of one of the search teams, said police suspected two Nile crocodiles may have eaten Mr Van Zyl.

“We found what could possibly be human remains in them,” he told The Telegraph. Forensic experts are currently testing whether the remains belong to Mr van Zyl.

The SS Pro Safaris website, owned by Mr van Zyl, states the company "has conducted numerous safaris" throughout Southern Africa. These include "elephants in Botswana to the smallest blue duiker in KwaZulu Natal".


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Cannabis could prevent mental decline in up to 50% of HIV sufferers, study finds

Marijuana reduces the inflammatory white blood cell count in HIV patients
Up to 50% of patients are at risk of mental decline due to ongoing inflammation
The drug makes sufferers have inflammatory cell levels close to a healthy person
More than 1.1 million people in the US have HIV but one in seven are unaware of it
Some 29 states legalize marijuana for medical use and seven recreationally


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