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The Ethics of Pedigree Dog Breeding, Part 1 [AWEN archive]

“It is fascinating to speculate how dogs and humans might co-evolve further. We cannot say exactly what the domestic dogs of the future will look like because we do not know what future humans will need and therefore value.

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Wolves at the "back door"

November 6, 2015

Source D.C. Chieftain

Hearing set about county effort to halt release

Protecting livestock and human lives are among the reasons some are opposed to the release of Mexican Wolves in Socorro County. 1,520 more words


ANGELA COLE Speaks about Barbados History

ANGELA COLE speaks about Barbados history and she has so much more to tell.

I had the opportunity yesterday to speak with Angela Cole.  Not only was she a reservoir of Barbadian history, she was also very candid with it.  373 more words


Regulating Sex Life of Animals in the Zoos

On a bright summer’s day at the Bronx Zoo, four adult female gorillas nursed their babies until the little gorillas were so full of mother’s milk, they fell asleep in the hot afternoon sun. 1,177 more words

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New Paper: Stress Tolerance and Inbreeding Depression in Morning Glory

Read our new paper, just out in the journal Weed Science: “Low inbreeding depression and high plasticity under abiotic stress in the common morning glory, … 6 more words


Why Do European Zoos Kill Healthy Animals?

On Thursday, the Odense Zoo in Denmark is scheduled to dissect a lion for the educational benefit of children on school holidays.  The 9-month-old female lion was considered “surplus.” Officials at Odense said they had too many female lions. 38 more words


The Irish slave trade began when the English King James II sold 30,000 Irish prisoners as slaves to the “New World”. By the mid 1600s, the Irish were the main slaves sold to Antigua and Montserrat. 339 more words

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