Australian Animal Sanctuary Ends Koala Cuddling Amid Animal Welfare Concerns

Australian Animal Sanctuary Ends Koala Cuddling Amid Animal Welfare Concerns

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Brisbane, Australia, known as the world’s first koala sanctuary since its opening in 1927, has announced that it will end its long-standing practice of allowing visitors to cuddle koalas. This change, effective from Monday, comes in response to visitor feedback and growing calls from animal welfare organizations to outlaw the […]

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Florida residents shocked to discover a manatee in a man-made lake as biologists scramble to figure out how it got there

Florida residents shocked to discover a manatee in a man-made lake as biologists scramble to figure out how it got there

South Florida residents were shocked to discover a manatee swimming in a man-made lake last week as biologists theorize how the animal ended up so far from home. A resident captured a video of the animal swimming in a lake west of Fort Lauderdale last week, about 10 miles from the Atlantic Ocean where the […]

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Aggressive Policies Threaten Wolves in the Northern Rockies

Aggressive Policies Threaten Wolves in the Northern Rockies

The gray wolves of the northern Rocky Mountains face significant threats. Conservationists are battling against state-sanctioned wolf hunts and policies that could decimate the wolf population in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. However, new efforts and legal battles are emerging to protect these majestic animals. The Struggle for Federal Protection Wolves in the northern Rockies have […]

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