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This Chicken Abuse Video Will Leave You Disgusted at One Giant Food Corporation

[HORRIBLE]

  • 25 August 2016
  • Author: Ccarrell
  • Number of views: 36
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This Chicken Abuse Video Will Leave You Disgusted at One Giant Food Corporation
Another disturbing video documenting inhumane treatment of Tyson chickens was released August 11th by Compassion Over Killing, an animal advocacy group. The footage shows workers from several different breeding facilities, all owned by Tyson Foods, abusing chickens in various horrific ways. 

Drinking Water for Six Million Found to Be Tainted with PFAS

[DANGEROUS]

  • 24 August 2016
  • Author: Ccarrell
  • Number of views: 64
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Drinking Water for Six Million Found to Be Tainted with PFAS
Harvard study published August 9th shows that an estimated six million people could be drinking water with high levels of an unregulated toxic chemical known as PFAS, a compound commonly found in many household items.

 

Two Wolf Murders Just The Beginning Of Extermination By Washington State Officials

[HORRIFYING]

  • 23 August 2016
  • Author: Ccarrell
  • Number of views: 96
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Two Wolf Murders Just The Beginning Of  Extermination By Washington State Officials
On August 5th, state officials shot and killed two female gray wolves in northeastern Washington. One of these wolves was this year's designated breeding female, tasked with helping to repopulate the fleeting gray wolf population across Washington state. 

Disease Kills Thousands Of Fish And Closes Yellowstone River

[SHOCKING]

  • 22 August 2016
  • Author: Ccarrell
  • Number of views: 31
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Disease Kills Thousands Of Fish And Closes Yellowstone River
Due to a fast acting fish kill, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has elected to close 183 miles of Yellowstone River to all water-based recreation. This is the largest closure in state history. All fishing, wading, floating, tubing and boating in the closed region of the river is strictly forbidden.

Invasions of New Guinea Flatworms Struck South Florida

[OH NO]

  • 15 August 2016
  • Author: Ccarrell
  • Number of views: 125
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Invasions of New Guinea Flatworms Struck South Florida

Biologists found that numerous invasive New Guinea flatworm sappeared in a few regions of South Florida for a period of the last 14 months. This is a quite concerning finding since these worms could obliterate the native soil invertebrates. This type of warm could also be a potential threat to humans.

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US Wildlife Officials Plead Guilty To Poaching Charges

In western Colorado, two employees of the American Fish and Wildlife Service pleaded guilty to charges of killing a trophy-class bull elk. The two men -Thad Bingham, 44 years old and Brian Scheer, 45, pleaded guilty. 
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LA Is Being Overrun With Mountain Lions

After the mountain lions with GPS collars went to the same spots on a few consecutive nights, it became obvious thatthat they had a prey - often deer, but sometimes also coyotes and raccoons. Then, the scientists examined the site for hunting evidence, usually a carcass.
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Animal Lives Saved Because Of...Pokemon 'Go'?

The immense success of the gaming app ‘Pokémon Go’ constantly grows but now there are interesting environmental benefits from the game. Since the game inspires the players to be outside while chasing the virtual creatures, some abandoned real-life animals receive help that way.


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Here's The Mind-Blowing Amount Of Ice Greenland Has Lost In Just Four Years

It is a well-known fact that Greenland seriously suffers because of the climate changes. A recent research actually quantified how bad the damage is. A quite intriguing and really concerning satellite study was published in ‘Geophysical Research Letters’ journal...
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Human Pollution Has Finally Reached The Deepest Crevasse On Earth

It is definitely a quite bad news that such chemicals were found in the ocean depths. The concentrations of the PCBs in the collected amphipods from the Mariana Trench were surprisingly high. These levels were 15 times greater than the ones from the Kermadec. On the other side, in the Kermadec Trench the PBDEs concentrations are five times greater than in the Mariana Trench.
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Organic Meat Isn't Treated As Humanely As You Think

 The American citizens are known to love animals and many households have at least one pet. Industry, however, does not seem to care about the animals at all.  The horrifying facts show that billions of farm animals are being held in awful conditions in factory farms. 
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Did Republicans Really Suggest Eliminating National Parks?

After a meeting of the Republican platform committee it became clear that the party thinks about immediate disposal of the national public parks and forests. Obviously, Republicans do not treat these territories as national treasures.
According to the adopted language the Congress need to urgently pass the universal legislation which will provide an adequate mechanism to make the federal government convey certain public lands to the states.
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Fracking Accident Causes Oil Tanks To Explode, Residents To Evacuate From Homes

A terrible fire broke out in a large oilfield. The ecological disaster happened in the Indian reservation lands of Northwest New Mexico.36 oil and gas tanks broke into fire. This led to a horrifying chain reaction of numerous explosions. Because of the fire a major highway had to be closed and 55 residents of the area had to be evacuated from their homes.
It was announced that the fire started in San Juan County at a fracking site. 
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Marathon Runner's Appeal To Adopt Chinese Stray Dog

It is no secret that man’s best friend is a dog, which is why it is not surprising that an extreme marathon runner hopes to be reconnected with a stray dog he befriended during a chastening race in China.

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The Koch Brothers’ Aim of Exposing the Grand Canyon Watershed to Toxic Uranium Mining

The magnificent Grand Canyon is among the top travel destinations especially in summer. The Grand Canyon was declared a monument in the year 1908 by President Teddy Roosevelt,better known as the ‘conservationist’ president. It was later established as a national park in 1919 by the National Park Service.

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Tiger Temple Raid in Thailand prompts the Need for Closure of other Tiger Farms in Asia

A raid in a Tiger Temple in Thailand unearthed several serious crimes that prompted the WWF’s call on governments all over Asia to further investigate all tiger breeding centers and shut down any operations discovered to be linked in the illegal tiger trade. This call was made during Global Tiger Day.

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Celebrities Make Society Pay Attention To Major Problems

We all know that the world we live in has a lot of problems, including pollution, wars, hunger and many others. But we often ignore them until something provokes us to pay more attention.

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A Clever Croatian Girl Saved A Frightened Golden Retriever Puppy In A Flash Flood

Although animals are not worse than people and are even often nicer, many human beings treat them in a cruel way or just ignore them. Deciding to help animals in a crisis can become even more difficult when you are also in a stressing and dangerous situation. 

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Invasions of New Guinea Flatworms Struck South Florida

Biologists found that numerous invasive New Guinea flatworm sappeared in a few regions of South Florida for a period of the last 14 months. This is a quite concerning finding since these worms could obliterate the native soil invertebrates. This type of warm could also be a potential threat to humans.

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Disease Kills Thousands Of Fish And Closes Yellowstone River

Due to a fast acting fish kill, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has elected to close 183 miles of Yellowstone River to all water-based recreation. This is the largest closure in state history. All fishing, wading, floating, tubing and boating in the closed region of the river is strictly forbidden.
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Two Wolf Murders Just The Beginning Of Extermination By Washington State Officials

On August 5th, state officials shot and killed two female gray wolves in northeastern Washington. One of these wolves was this year's designated breeding female, tasked with helping to repopulate the fleeting gray wolf population across Washington state. 
Read more
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Drinking Water for Six Million Found to Be Tainted with PFAS

Harvard study published August 9th shows that an estimated six million people could be drinking water with high levels of an unregulated toxic chemical known as PFAS, a compound commonly found in many household items.

 

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This Chicken Abuse Video Will Leave You Disgusted at One Giant Food Corporation

Another disturbing video documenting inhumane treatment of Tyson chickens was released August 11th by Compassion Over Killing, an animal advocacy group. The footage shows workers from several different breeding facilities, all owned by Tyson Foods, abusing chickens in various horrific ways. 
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