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Humans may have tamed wolves twice because dogs are worth it….? From destroying Wolf DNA through Interbreeding?

  Humans may have tamed wolves twice because dogs are worth it....?? From destroying Wolf DNA through Interbreeding? Another Fine Example of Humans messing with Animals is all of the interbreeding they have done on Dogs.(Originally Wolves) I have to wonder why humans think that destroying Animal DNA by interbreeding is ok? For years, scientists have debated whether dogs were domesticated in Europe or Asia. Turns out both camps might’ve been right. Modern dog DNA is so messy from interbreeding, it's been hard to tease out an answer. Some studies point to Europe as the origin, others point to Asia, [...]

By | 2016-06-04T06:25:48+00:00 June 4th, 2016|Global|0 Comments

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If you can't understand why we want trapping banned.... Please go back to Never Never Land!! Disneyland, Perhaps Tinkerbell could lend you some Fairy Dust!... This is 1 of the reasons we want Trapping outlawed! Not only is it Barbaric, but Traps or snares do not care if its your Pet, or if it is an animal on the Endangered Species List! We are posting this to bring the Necessary view to these Hunters and Trappers that have been led to believe that they are Conservationists! They need to be stopped!!! We ask for your support and help in making [...]

By | 2016-02-27T09:45:37+00:00 February 27th, 2016|Global, National|0 Comments

Why biodiversity matters

Consider the following: Southeast Asia occupies a mere 3 percent of the earth’s total surface, yet is home to 20 percent of all known species of plants and animals on the planet. Consider the following: Southeast Asia occupies a mere 3 percent of the earth’s total surface, yet is home to 20 percent of all known species of plants and animals on the planet. The region possesses 284,000 square kilometers, or one-third, of all of the earth’s coral reefs, and as divers will attest, what we have are among the most diverse, and the most beautiful, in the world. The [...]

By | 2016-02-23T06:51:33+00:00 February 23rd, 2016|Global|0 Comments

European Wilderness Society Wolf tourism is more profitable than killing them – European Wilderness Society

There are already areas that have wolves that make ten times more money organizing sightseeing tours than for shooting them. The wolf is the symbol of survival. No other large predator has managed to withstand the pressure of being human as well as the wolf. Persecuted as vermin until the 1970s after which it was considered a important species for biodiversity, it has now been recovering in parts of its territory.   However, that has caused conflict with farmers, who want their numbers controlled.  Wolf environmentalists and tourism entrepreneurs, however, defend the presence of the wolf. Again, the wolf is in [...]

By | 2016-02-19T08:35:50+00:00 February 19th, 2016|Global|0 Comments