US a Hub for Eatin' Them Endangered Species

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Be warned there's a horrific picture of a cooked monkey head in this article.) The United States is one of the world's largest, if not the largest, consuming nations for wildlife products. Tags: wildlife trafficking us endangered species And here I've been yelling at China all this time. (Be From

Bush Meat, Trafficking Decimate Vietnam

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But the problem is the high demand for these products. Over the last two years, authorities have discovered 57 cases of trafficking in wild animals involving more than 7,612 individuals including monkeys and Tibetan bears and elephant tusks. Tags: vietnam exotic meats wildlife trafficking bush meat endangered species Sounds just awful. From Vietnam News.

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On Teaching Children

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Are the kids cooking monkey, cat, dog, alligator or turtle? The site says food production factories are included , but I doubt that means those involving the slaughter of animals.). If you're going to call something an anthropological adventure, it would make sense to teach the kids about the other animals humans eat and give the kids the opportunity to prepare and eat dog, cat and monkey, no? Tags: Activism Current Affairs Ethics

Animal Enterprise Terrorism Something to Be Concerned About

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From CAPS are my emphasis Under the law, an animal enterprise includes any business that deals in animal research or uses or sells animal products. This could be read as anything from a lab conducting medical research on monkeys to a gas station that sells beef jerky. Tags: animal enterprise terrorism act Here's a short analysis of the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act which makes me wonder if what we do on this blog could be construed as falling under it.

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Not only is it made from 100% cotton, so it’s very soft and comfortable, but all of their tags, packaging, etc. are made from 100% post consumer products. Did you know that they are more closely related to lemurs than they are to monkeys?

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