Save the Planet - Eat a Camel!

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First, Aussies were told they should start eating kangaroos to save the environment. Now, they are are being encouraged to eat camel because there are just too many of them. Camel-eating advocates should talk to British chef Gordon Ramsey. That clown will eat anything.

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The Gecko’s Vegas escapades

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Somehow the GEICO Gecko ended up bouncing around with a kangaroo in Las Vegas! Have you seen the commercial? What other trouble did the GEICO Gecko get into? Richard Simmons was there.

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The Cute Show: Boar Piglets!

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“They look like small cats or even small kangaroos,” and could not be any cuter! When VICE Germany sent us some footage of the Lehnitz animal asylum, we weren’t sure how cute it was going to be. Little did we know, boar piglets live there, who love to eat, sleep, play, and hang out with their surrogate mom, who’s a dog. We’re pleased to present Spots, Nesti, Diva, Borstel, Ernie, and Bert on the latest episode of VICE’s The Cute Show.

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Celebrate Mother’s Day!

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This episode takes a look at four very different animals; the Lemon Shark, Emperor Penguins, Red Kangaroos, and Parasitic Wasps. Want to celebrate all the mothers? Not just the human kind? Then I have a show and book for you!

Australian Fireman Honored by Animal Rights Activists

Critter News

The defendant faces 21 counts of murder, and Peta also wants to see him charged with cruelty to animals (as) it has been reported that over a million native animals may have been killed in the fires in Victoria, including kangaroos, koalas, possums, lizards and birds,' Peta said in a statement. The fireman who saved Sam the Koala is now an international Youtube star. And getting recognition he deserves for his kindness.Mr

Many Animals Dying in Australian Wildfires

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Hundreds of burned, stressed and dehydrated animals — including kangaroos, koalas, lizards and birds — have already arrived at shelters across the scorched region. We sometimes overlook a story even when it's right under our noses. Not only did we not think about the impact of the Australian wildfires on wildlife, but we didn't see the AP story on our very own sidebar. We are losers. The story says millions of animals may have died.

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H. J. McCloskey on Punishment of Cruelty to Animals

Animal Ethics

We accept that the state has the right to ban cruelty to animals, even when such cruelty is in the interests of the person being cruel, for example, of the greyhound owner who trains his dog on cats, first removing the cat's claws to protect his dog from injury, or of the householder who half-starves his dog so that he can have an extra beer or two, or of the person who hunts kangaroos, wounding many and killing a few, for the fun of the sport.