May 25, 2024 10:02 PM

Animal Welfare

Poachers Shot Rare One-Horned Rhino In A World Heritage Site

The greater one-horned rhinoceros are now critically endangered, with only 3,500 of them left in the wild.

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This Zoo's License Got Rejected After Inspection Reveals Almost 500 Animals Died In Its Care

A unanimous council committee decision has rejected to renew the license of South Lakes Safari Zoo after knowing that almost 500 animals died in just two years in its care. The Barrow Council gave its ultimatum of turning down the application of renewal after concerns over animal welfare had been raised.

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'Holy Turtle' Ate Almost 1,000 Coins Thrown By Locals And Tourists

A town, Sri Racha, near the Gulf of Thailand, has a pond on which people, locals and tourists alike, tossed coins for a turtle that was believed to be holy and brought them luck. However, Om Sin the sea turtle suffered from eating almost 1,000 coins thrown into her pond.

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Five Cat Cafes In Singapore Animal Lovers Must Not Miss

Do you love cats? You can cozy up and eat your desserts in these five cat cafes in Singapore. These cafes let you pet, play and learn all about the story of each cats living in the establishments. Travelers Today also get to find out how the owners rescued some of their feline friends on the streets.

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One Million Kangaroos Expected To Be Culled In Australia This Year

To protect endangered grasslands and wildlife, Australia will see to culling about one million kangaroos this year. Animal activists are baffled and angry at the same time with how Australia treated its animals despite defending that it's for the good of the environment.

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Wild Bison Reintroduced To Banff National Park After 100 Years

About 16 wild bison were reintroduced last week to Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada's oldest national park, after more than a century of poaching and hunting that almost drove them to extinction. Park official considered the initiative successful as the animals are adapting well to their new environment.

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Travelers Urged To Boycott Tortoise Shell Souvenirs

Animal welfare groups are calling on tourists to stop buying turtle products as it encourages poachers to kill more of the animals. Too Rare To Wear organization has seen Hawkbill turtles as one of the most exploited species of their kind in the world and found 90 percent of their population has been dwindling down through the years.

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Protect Snow Leopards, Says Global Leaders

Twelve global leaders from snow leopard countries met in Kathmandu, Nepal to discuss the atrocities made against the big cats and lamented that only 4,000 of them are left in the wild. Last week, the Steering Committee of the Global Snow Leopard Ecosystem Protection program (GSLEP) tackled poaching and illegal trades in the northern borders of Asian mountains.

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South Africa News: Botswana Stops Elephant-Back Ride As Tourist Activities; Abu Camp Implements ‘Respectful Forms Of Interaction

Botswana takes wildlife adventures on a higher level by continously respecting the welfare of the animals.

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First SeaWorld Outside US Rises In Abu Dhabi Without Iconic Killer Whales

Family vacations will be more exciting when SeaWorld Abu Dhabi theme park begins.

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