Entries in #zoo (3)

Wednesday
Aug032016

Whales, Renewable Futures And Starving Zoo Animals: 25th July – 3rd August

Last week the world graced us with both a good and a bad range of news. This week we are giving you the run down on the positive news that plastic bag usage has begun to plummet, the scientific discovery of a new whale species, the world’s first successful solar plane and the devastating impacts of the failing economy on Venezuelan zoos.

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Wednesday
Jun082016

Harambe And The Tigers | 30th - 6th May/June 2016

Having missed last week due to bank holiday, our weekly roundup of what’s been happening has a lot to get through in one sitting. What a fortnight it has been too, as the world of conservation and environment has played host to quite the soap opera in our absence.

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Monday
Mar142016

The Tragic Tale of Tilikum. Could This Be The End of Seaworld?

SeaWorld’s most famous prisoner/attraction is dying. Tilikum, the roughly 30-year-old Orca is the subject of relentless controversy, attention and column inches, is now slowly succumbing to a bacterial lung infection that is resistant to treatment.

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