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Feature for Tuesday, June 22: frog specimens
Can Biologists Describe New Species Without Killing Them?...
Traditionally, holotypes are physical specimens, so unless biologists can obtain an organism that’s already dead (or capture one alive and care for it for the rest of its life), they must kill a member of the newly discovered species in order to describe it.
Animals in Labs


Feature for Monday, June 21: Red Fox
Estonia to Become First Baltic Country to Ban Cruel Fur Farming...
Eurogroup for Animals reported in early 2021 that Estonia’s biggest fur farm, which once contained around 160,000 animals, was empty.
Clothing/Cosmetics and Animal Abuse


Feature for Sunday, June 20: Lamb of God
Animal Exploitation Needs Repentance...
Animal exploitation needs repentance, because without true repentance we, as a society, will never really be able to end animal exploitation and killing, and as a result we cannot have peace on earth as it is in heaven.
An Bible Sermon
[Photo of Krishna, rescued lamb, courtesy of Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary]


Feature for Saturday, June 19: Carob Chia Pudding
Carob Chia Pudding...
Carob chia pudding is a delicious vegan recipe that requires no cooking, and takes only 10 to 15 minutes to prepare. One batch makes about four 4-ounce servings which are great for a dessert or for a snack. It is best to make this recipe the day before you wish to serve the pudding. If you wish to make more, just double or triple the batch.


Feature for Friday, June 18:
To Save Planet, Solve Twin Crises of Climate Change and Species Loss Together, Say UN Scientists...
Solving some of the strong and apparently unavoidable trade-offs between climate and biodiversity will entail a profound collective shift of individual and shared values concerning nature.
Wildlife Articles / Environmental Articles


Feature for Thursday, June 17: caged Beagle
Approaching Thirty Years in Science: What Has Happened, and What Should Have Happened, in That Time...
Dr. Bailey describes his journey through his scientific career, from the end of his days as a student, through to working with the Center for Contemporary Sciences committed to saving and improving lives by catalyzing the world's transition to human-specific medical research.
Animals in Labs / Alternatives to Animal Testing, Experimentation and Dissection


Feature for Wednesday, June 16: long-haired Cow
All-Creatures Newsletter, June 17, 2021...
the ongoing cycle of animal mistreatment - the vegan "no" - compassionate tourism/electric carriages - animal sentience and the law - animal rebellion/social justice - 4H kids choosing sanctuary - what is eco-salvation? - phasing out animal testing for good? - more wild Horse wipeout horrors - Persons 2021 Newsletter - schizophrenic monkeys - injection of rights? - and more... Weekly Newsletters


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