Month: October 2021

Distressing images have emerged showing a group of hare coursers in action in Cambridgeshire. The pictures, shared by the Ely Standard, were taken after a group of four men and a 12-year-old boy were spotted hunting hares in the countryside. The images show one man swinging a hare by its legs, moments before brutally bashing it
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The Maya Biosphere Reserve (MBR) in Guatemala was created in 1990 to protect the tropical forest in Mesoamerica. After the Amazon, Mesoamerica’s Maya Forest is the largest remaining tropical rainforest in the Americas. The MBR is divided into zones with different status levels. The most protected “core zone” covers about 36% of the MBR and is
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Animal Rescue Corps teamed up with BISSELL Pet Foundation in July to orchestrate a massive pet rescue by air, flying more than 300 dogs, puppies, cats and kittens from an overburdened El Paso Animal Services to communities with high adoption rates, where the pets will quickly find new adoptive homes. The University of Florida’s Maddie’s
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A few years ago, a trend led people to test the theory that you could know if a smile was real or fake by examining the eyes. Squinty, wrinkly eyes meant the smile was genuine, while eyes that lacked wrinkling indicated the smile was insincere. The Duchenne smile became defined as a smile that involved
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The pet brand is urging the public to only set off fireworks between 7-8pm to help nervous pets Lily’s Kitchen starts petition for fireworks to only take place between 7-8pm on 5th November Resident vet offers tips on how to comfort pets on Bonfire Night This Bonfire Night, Lily’s Kitchen – the award-winning producer of proper food for pets – is
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Following the news last week that Snap had missed its earnings target because of iOS 14 privacy changes, Facebook, Alphabet (Google), and Twitter have posted their earnings with mixed signals regarding the impact of Apple’s changes. As noted by MarketWatch: On Tuesday, both Alphabet and Twitter reported third-quarter results that managed to avoid significant hits
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