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Are Introduced Snakes in Florida Learning to Eat Eggs?

10,000 Birds

This could be a problem.

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Humboldt Penguins in Chile Face Extinction

Critter News

Invading rats with bodies up to 8 inches (20 centimeters) long have begun eating eggs and chicks, and some experts fear that unless the rats are eradicated, they could tip the Humboldt penguin toward extinction. From the Huffington Post.

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Crow Roosts

10,000 Birds

Yes, these are common birds, yes they sometimes eat eggs and baby birds (even woodpeckers do that) but it’s unbelievable to see that much bird mass in one spot. There are websites that track crow roosts because there’s still quite a bit we don’t know about them. If you haven’t checked out a crow roost do.

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BOCA to Stop Using Eggs by End of 2009

Critter News

By removing eggs from their ingredient list, BOCA is withdrawing financial support for factory farms that use battery-cages. They are striking a blow against the cruel egg industry. Whether or not you choose to eat eggs, this is a major victory for animals. Tags: battery hens eggs farm animal welfare.

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Help Cristy Go Vegan

Animal Person

She eats eggs for their protein. She can't eat a lot of nuts or nut butters, though she does love them so. She's so close. And sometimes cheese. She doesn't tolerate beans and already takes probiotics and digestive enzymes. She might be gluten intolerant. She is very thin and has a history of gut-related issues.

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Count Your Chickens (In the Florida Keys)

10,000 Birds

In 2008, over nine billion chickens were slaughtered for Americans to eat. When we eat eggs we eat chicken eggs almost exclusively. Americans love chicken. Chicken soup and chicken wings are about as American as apple pie.

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J. J. C. Smart on the Moral Elite

Animal Ethics

I eat eggs though they may come from battery hens. Moreover at present I see no moral objection to eating the flesh of free range cattle, which seem to me to have a happy life which they would not have at all if they were not destined to be eaten. I am myself not so heroic.

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