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WORLD: PANGOLINS. One is Killed Every Hour

WORLD: PANGOLINS. One is Killed Every Hour

Chesapeake Bay: End the cruel slaughter for "fun" of cownose rays

End the senseless slaughter of cownose rays

Chesapeake Bay: End the cruel slaughter for "fun" of cownose rays

Leave the fish alone!

Leave the fish alone!

#Pangolin: The world's most illegally traded mammal.

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#Pangolin: The world's most illegally traded mammal.

News from NOOA; "Species in the Spotlight: Survive to Thrive" :: NOAA Fisheries #SRKW

News from NOOA; "Species in the Spotlight: Survive to Thrive" :: NOAA Fisheries #SRKW

2/11/15 British Columbia, Canada: Save B.C. Wolves As you read this, wolves in British Columbia, Canada are being shot at by hunters in helicopters.   This is an ill-conceived plan to save endangered caribou in B.C..  The wolves are not responsible for the dwindling caribou numbers; habitat loss and human encroachment are. But wolves are taking the blame and paying the price.

2/11/15 British Columbia, Canada: Save B.C. Wolves As you read this, wolves in British Columbia, Canada are being shot at by hunters in helicopters. This is an ill-conceived plan to save endangered caribou in B.C.. The wolves are not responsible for the dwindling caribou numbers; habitat loss and human encroachment are. But wolves are taking the blame and paying the price.

My April 20 2015 Tweetstorm trended #Shorty4Tony!!

My April 20 2015 Tweetstorm trended #Shorty4Tony!!

The Far East Russia Orca Project (FEROP) has obtained information that three more killer whales have been captured in the Okhotsk Sea in the Russian Far East. The first one, captured in early July, was transported through Sakhalinsky Bay on July 15, 2015. Since then, two more have been removed from their families from the same area.

The Far East Russia Orca Project (FEROP) has obtained information that three more killer whales have been captured in the Okhotsk Sea in the Russian Far East. The first one, captured in early July, was transported through Sakhalinsky Bay on July 15, 2015. Since then, two more have been removed from their families from the same area.

#FreeKiska #Blackfish ✴Are you on Twitter? Click this image and tweet with us to spread awareness to help Kiska!

#FreeKiska #Blackfish ✴Are you on Twitter? Click this image and tweet with us to spread awareness to help Kiska!

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