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Eleventh stage: Rome City – South Bend

  • September 2, 2018
Eleventh stage: Rome City – South Bend

Elevanth stage: Rome City - South Bend

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Tenth stage: Ayersville – Rome City

  • September 2, 2018
Tenth stage: Ayersville – Rome City

Tenth stage: Ayersville - Rome City

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Beehive fences and elephants: Tanzanian case study offers fresh insights

  • September 2, 2018
Beehive fences and elephants: Tanzanian case study offers fresh insights

Beehive fences and elephants: Tanzanian case study offers fresh insights Earth Touch News Full coverage BY EARTH TOUCH NEWS AUGUST 21 2018 Katarzyna Nowak, University of the Free State When people cultivate food crops on or near wild lands it can be assumed that wild animals will eat them – what’s known as crop-raiding. Farms in the vicinity of protected areas can expect to be visited by a range of wild animals including birds, rodents, and large mammals like monkeys, bushpigs and elephants. Because of their size, elephants are the most conspicuous crop-user...

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This month, double your impact for all animals with Paws United for a Cause

  • September 1, 2018
This month, double your impact for all animals with Paws United for a Cause

This month, double your impact for all animals with Paws United for a Cause HSUS News (blog) Full coverage At the Humane Society of the United States, we take on the toughest fights for all animals, and we do our best to live up to an early mission statement of our founders: Every field of humane work – everywhere. From working with state and federal lawmakers to ensure maximum protections for animals, to forging corporate partnerships to reduce animal suffering, to rescuing animals from natural and man-made disasters, to the implementation of programs to reduce the population of homeless...

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Ninth stage: Bowling Green – Ayersville

  • August 31, 2018
Ninth stage: Bowling Green – Ayersville

Ninth stage: Bowling Green - Ayersville

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Suspected Zambian poachers abandon 172 kilograms of elephant tusks in Zimbabwe

  • August 31, 2018
Suspected Zambian poachers abandon 172 kilograms of elephant tusks in Zimbabwe

Suspected Zambian poachers abandon 172 kilograms of elephant tusks in Zimbabwe The Global Dispatch Full coverage A group of suspected Zambian poachers have abandoned 172 kilograms of elephant tusks following a skirmish with Zimbabwean game rangers inside the world-acclaimed Hwange National Park. The seizure was confirmed in a statement issued on August 14 by top Zimbabwean conservationist Trevor Lane of Bhejane Trust, a private voluntary organisation which works the Parks and Wildlife Management Authority of Zimbabwe (ZimParks). Bhejane Trust is based in the resort town of Victoria Falls....

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Ooty: Jumbo boon to wildlife

  • August 30, 2018
Ooty: Jumbo boon to wildlife

Ooty: Jumbo boon to wildlife Aug 10, 2018, 3:31 am IST Entire Segur valley jumbo corridor expected to be restored by 2018-end. Ooty: With the apex court on Wednesday passing directions to seal illegal tourist resorts in the Segur Valley Elephant Corridor, now located at the recently created Mudumalai Tiger Reserve (MTR) buffer zone area, it has come as a gift towards elephant conservation as the world gears up to observe ‘World Elephant Day’ coming Sunday (August 12). Elephant G. Rajendran, a Chennai-based environmentalist who is the petitioner in the PIL in this...

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Concrete Jungle – Detroit

  • August 29, 2018
Concrete Jungle – Detroit

Concrete Jungle - Detroit

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De Beers moves 200 elephants from South Africa to Mozambique

  • August 29, 2018
De Beers moves 200 elephants from South Africa to Mozambique

De Beers moves 200 elephants from South Africa to Mozambique 23 July 2018   Diamond producer De Beers says it has started an operation to move 200 elephants from its game reserve in South Africa to Mozambique. The elephant population at the private Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve was too high, and risked causing extensive damage to the ecosystem, the firm said. The relocation of the 200 animals would boost elephant numbers in neighbouring Mozambique, it added. Elephants in Mozambique are threatened with extinction because of poaching. Mozambique suffers...

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Eighth stage: Monroe (MI) – Bowling Green (OH)

  • August 29, 2018
Eighth stage: Monroe (MI) – Bowling Green (OH)

Eighth stage: Monroe (MI) - Bowling Green (OH)

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