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1. Bear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
to today's Asiatic black bear . It is likely ancestral to all bears within Ursinae, perhaps aside from the sloth bear. Two lineages evolved from U. minimus : the black bears (including the sun bear , the Asiatic black bear, and the American
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2. Resolution Conf. 10.7 (Rev. CoP15)
receiving the animals should bear all costs directly. c) Disease. Confiscated animals may serve as vectors for disease and, therefore, must be subject to extremely stringent quarantine. The potential consequences of the introduction of alien
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3. Summary Records, CITES Animals Committee, 14th Meeting, 1998
noted the need to bear in mind the recent political changes and suggested that the Management Authority be encouraged to proceed with planned surveys. The Secretariat also reported that the trade data showed a ten-fold
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4. Dr Jenia Meng - ORIGINS OF ATTITUDES TOWARDS ANIMALS (2009)
park, fighting (bull, dog, bear vs. dog, cock), racing (horse), guarding (dog), intelligent human assistant (chimpanzee), military use, mine detecting (dolphin), rodeos, rescue, riding for transportation, sniffer (dog), vehicle pulling, zoo
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5. Animal Ethics
bringing market forces to bear upon factory farming. The smaller the demand for meat, the lower its price; the lower the price, the lower the profit; and the lower the profit, the fewer the animals that will be raised and slaughtered on factory
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6. Animal Ethics
Peacock on the Grizzly Bear If grizzlies are to survive in the modern world, the bedrock assumption must be that these animals, grizzlies, have the right to live a Bearish life. To proceed from this assumption will be costly. Bears
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7. Transcript of ARZone Tom Regan Workshop Part 1 - Animal Rights Zone
Dominique, it is hard to bear witness once you are aware what is going on with animals. But how to best be effective?   Carolyn Bailey: I think that all people are capable of change, Dominique.   Tim Gier: I agree Carolyn,
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8. Transcript of David Sztybel's ARZone Guest Chat ~ Part 1 - Animal Right...
their whole lives in unbearably minimal enclosures often with no room even to move about or stretch a wing, not providing water to thirsty cows in slaughterhouses, among other cruel deprivations that he would deliberately prolong, which to me
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9. Polar Bears Spared From Trophy Hunters : The Humane Society of the United States
in thinner, stressed bears, fewer cubs and lower survival rates. Polar bears have even drowned because of melting ice. Faced with habitat loss and population decline, polar bears also contend with unscrupulous trophy hunters.
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