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    Posted by DM101 L on March 29, 2019)

    Please sign, (if you already have not done so - need more signatures):


    *Take action now by signing our letter calling on Indonesian authorities to take action to close cruel live animal markets throughout Indonesia.*

    *Live animal markets – locally known as “traditional markets” – in North Sulawesi and throughout Indonesia are places of extreme cruelty. Every week, tens of thousands of animals are traded and sl...  more
  • DM101 L
    (Posted by DM101 L on April 15, 2019)

    ➜Last Known Female of Endangered Turtle Species Dies:

    By Olivia Rosane | April 15, 2019, 06:59AM EST

    *The last known female Yangtze giant softshell turtle (Rafetus swinhoei) has died, putting the critically endangered species at risk for extinction. There are now only three left in the world.*

    *The turtle lived at Suzhou Zoo in China, where researchers attempted to artificially inseminate her Friday,* according to the Suzhou Daily, as CNN reported.

    *”Sa...  more
  • DM101 L
    (Posted by DM101 L on April 15, 2019)

    ✹Mutilated Dolphins Wash Up On French Coast In Record Numbers:

    *➜Activists say 1,100 dolphins found since January - but real figure may be 10 times higher.*

    By Kim Willsher | (Sunday) March 31, 2019 06.51 EDT

    *A record number of dolphins have washed up on France’s Atlantic coast in the last three months, many with devastating injures.*

    *Environmental campaigners say 1,100 mutilated dolphins have been found since January, but the real figure could be 10 ...  more
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  • DM101 L
    (Posted by DM101 L on April 15, 2019)

    ➜Endangered North Atlantic right whales experience mini baby boom:

    By Associated Press in Boston | April 13, 2019 13.36 EDT

    ➜Researchers herald sightings of two more mother and calf pairs.

    ➜Population of rare whale species is only around 411.
    *Endangered North Atlantic right whales are experiencing a mini baby boom in waters off New England,* researchers on Cape Cod have said.

    *The North Atlantic right whale is one of the rarest sp...  more
  • DM101 L
    (Posted by DM101 L on April 15, 2019)

    ✹Deforested habitats leave migratory birds ill-Prepared for journey north:

    By Ashley Stumvoll | April 15, 2019

    *➜Migratory birds are experiencing precipitous population declines due to land-use change in Central and South America.*

    *➜These birds rely on forested areas in their southern overwintering grounds for sustenance, but these have been widely replaced by less hospitable agricultural landscapes.*

    *➜Some vulnerable migratory birds use tropical hard...  more
  • DM101 L
    (Posted by DM101 L on April 15, 2019)

    ➜China Customs Announces Seizure Of Almost 8 Tonnes Ivory:

    By Traffic | April 15, 2019

    Beijing, China, 15th April 2019 -- ●*The General Administration of China Customs (GACC) today announced the seizure of 7.48 tonnes of elephant ivory—potentially the second biggest ivory seizure worldwide since detailed records were first compiled in 1989.*

    The seizure was made by the Huangpu Branch of China Customs in Guangdong Province and took place on 30th March, ju...  more
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  • DM101 L
    (Posted by DM101 L on April 2, 2019)

    ➜The Serengeti-Mara Squeeze -- One Of The World's Most Iconic Ecosystems Under Pressure:

    *Urgent need to rethink how we manage the boundaries of protected areas*

    Date: March 28, 2019

    Source: University of York

    ●*Increased human activity around one of Africa's most iconic ecosystems is 'squeezing the wildlife in its core', damaging habitation and disrupting the migration routes of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle, an international study has concluded.*
    ………...  more
  • DM101 L
    (Originally Posted by DM101 L on Google+ on 03/23/2017)

    ➜*Effects of Human Overpopulation:*

    ➜*Human overpopulation is among the most pressing environmental issues, silently aggravating the forces behind _global warming, environmental pollution, habitat loss,_ the _sixth mass extinction, intensive farming practices_ and the consumption of _finite natural resources, such as fresh water, arable land_ and _fossil fuels,_ at speeds faster than their rate of regeneration. However, ecological issues ...  more
  • DM101 L
    (Originally Posted on Google+ by DM101 L on 03/10/2017)

    ➜Earth’s Sixth Mass Extinction Event Already Under Way Due To Human Overpopulation, Scientists Warn:

    *Researchers talk of ‘biological annihilation’ as new study reveals that billions of populations of animals have been lost in recent decades.*

    ● “Show me a scientist who claims there is no population problem and I’ll show you an idiot.”

    By Damian Carrington | Monday 10 July 2017 17.00 EDT

    ● *A “biological annihilation” of wildlife in re...  more