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19th January 2015
Almost 15% of the rhinos in South Africa have been slaughtered since 2010, 1116 in 2014 alone, yet today the South African government are considering legalising the sale of rhino horn.
18th December 2014
At close of business yesterday, Wednesday 17th December, the House Of Commons entered its annual winter recess.
16th December 2014
November 29th 2014, 1:30am. After days of monitoring, a Network For Animals team spot and stop a vehicle on the Philippines highway, suspected to be part of the Dog Meat Trade. The cargo is shocking.
15th December 2014
Earlier in December we reported on thirty-four baby elephants, seven wild lions and ten sable antelope trapped for sale and export from Zimbabwe.
2nd December 2014
Thirty-four baby elephants have been ripped from their families in a Zimbabwe national park and are being held in captivity before being shipped to Chinese zoos.
4th November 2014
Today at 2:30pm, London will see a cross party parliamentary debate assessing the second year of badger culling in Somerset and Gloucestershire. The previous Westminster debate on 13th March saw an overwhelming 219:1 vote against further culling, yet for six weeks this autumn gunmen aimed to kill up to 1800 badgers across the same two counties.
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