The Corbett Tiger Reserve will be put under an electronic surveillance system from Wednesday to keep an eye on all suspicious activities.
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According to Four Paws, South Africa is the largest legal exporter of lion bones and skeletons for use in Southeast Asia.
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Thank you Four Paws for speaking up for captive lion cubs.
Tryon Creek State Park Manager Iris Benson and her staff spent Tuesday afternoon putting up signs at trailheads, warning visitors of a morning cougar sighting on a bridge over Iron Mountain Creek, inside the park just north of Lake Oswego. "We went down to see if we could confirm the sighting through footprints or something like that," said Benson. "I don’t know that we’ve been able to confirm that at this time. "
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A documentary filmmaker is planning to send a thermal drone over Mount Sugarloaf to seek evidence of a black panther. Stu Ross, director of The Hunt, sai
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CENTRE TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A zoo in Snyder County is getting ready to celebrate one of its most popular species.
At T & D’s Cats of the World, lions and tigers are all around.
At the end of this month, the spotlight will be on nine of T & D’s most popular residents: the tigers. The zoo is getting ready to celebrate International Tiger Day.
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“The Lion King” remake won’t hit theaters until later this week, but another Simba recently made his debut in Pennsylvania. The lion cub — named in honor of the movie — was born at Keystone Safari in Grove City in May. After spending his first six weeks indoors with his
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World Animal Protection (WAP) has released a report documenting the heartbreaking suffering inflicted on big cats farmed throughout South Africa and Asia
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Photos of them with dead animals from other hunts accompany another story headlined ‘Couple’s delight at slaughter of beasts’
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Sickening, selfish, cruel. I could go on and on. What makes this couple feel entitled to remove this gorgeous creature from our planet?
Their fate was sealed with a kiss.A storm of public outrage occurred over a photo of a Canadian couple smooching over the dead carcass of a lion they killed on safari.The couple from Edmonton, Alta.
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No words to describe how sickening this is!