An annual festival hosted by the National Wildlife Federation to honor P-22 is going virtual as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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OCT 23, 2020 – Any accredited animal sanctuary owner will tell you: Netflix’s “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness,” fell devastatingly short in depicting the vicious cycle of breeding and animal suffering.
One example comes from Jeff Lowe, former owner of G.W. Exotic Zoo and now owner of Tiger King Park in Thackerville. His exhibitor’s license was finally suspended in August after years of failing to provide adequate veterinary care, maintain proper records and safely exhibit his animals, among other violations.
In facilities like the G.W. Exotic Zoo, female tigers are overbred, and their cubs pulled just days after birth to be used for photo opportunities and cub petting.
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The Big Cat Public Safety Act will stop letting people like Jeff Lowe own tigers. bigcatact.com.
While experts say masks are currently the most effective tool in the fight against Covid-19, researchers found that some common, over-the-counter products may be useful in reducing the "viral load" of SARS-CoV-2.
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It sure can’t hurt to gargle daily and could really help.
Zimba the jaguar should not have been there. The biologist recognized it as the same jaguar she had ordered to be confiscated a year earlier during her first inspection in 2015. It had the same spot in the shape of a butterfly on its face.
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It’s a whack a mole world when the authorities refuse to take action.
Eventbrite – FOUR PAWS presents The Tiger Mafia Film: Virtual Premiere, followed by live Q&A – Thursday, 12 November 2020 – Find event and registration information.
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I’ve seen Karl’s work and it’s the most important film on the subject, but the networks haven’t cared. I hope you will show your support by watching and sharing this undercover look at what really goes on behind the scenes at tourist attractions that exploit tigers.
Vidya Balan will play the role of a forest official in Amit Masurkar’s upcoming film which is based on the controversial killing of Tigress Avni in 2018.
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Although she is posing with a 3D virtual tiger cub, caption is certainly misleading and sends the wrong message.