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31. Wildlife | anthrozoology.org
with a few exceptions: the wolf, bear, and whale. Urban respondents liked animals more than rural respondents, a finding which applied to the large carnivores in particular. Interests in wildlife decreased with age, and few respondents wished to
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32. February 2010 | the Jane Goodall Institute
with Chris Lucash, a red wolf biologist who is featured in the book. Chris is part of the Red wolf Recovery Project which has helped increase the numbers of wild-born red wolves in the United States. As Jane writes, the project has been so
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33. February 2010 | the Jane Goodall Institute
with Chris Lucash, a red wolf biologist who is featured in the book. Chris is part of the Red wolf Recovery Project which has helped increase the numbers of wild-born red wolves in the United States. As Jane writes, the project has been so
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34. Critical Success for The Philosopher and the Wolf | Oxford Centre for Animal...
for The Philosopher and the Wolf 6th January 2009 Centre Founding Fellow, Professor Mark Rowlands, has achieved critical success for his new book The Philosopher and the Wolf , published by Granta. This largely autobiographical
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35. Living Peaceably | Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics
birds and befriending the wolf. They are normally derided as hagiographical gloss. But the underlying theology packs a punch: closer union with God ought to lead to a greater communion with God’s creatures. Francis, writes St Bonaventure,
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36. Appendices I, II and III of CITES
Hyaenidae Aardwolf Proteles cristata (Botswana) Mephitidae Hog-nosed skunk Conepatus humboldtii Mustelidae
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37. Appendices I, II and III
Hyaenidae Aardwolf Proteles cristata (Botswana) Mephitidae Hog-nosed skunk Conepatus humboldtii Mustelidae
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38. Domestic Dog | IFAW Web Site
, a subspecies of the wolf rather than a separate species. It is difficult to generalize about the physical appearance of the domestic dog because extensive manipulation by humans has resulted in much variation in size, coat type and
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39. Verbände unterstützen Wolfstag in Rietschen – Kritik an den Plänen des ...
23. Juli 2011, wird der 5. Wolfstag im Erlichthof Rietschen in Sachsen stattfinden. Neben einem vielfältigen Programm wird es spannende Vorträge rund um den Wolf geben. Veranstalter sind das Kontaktbüro „Wolfsregion
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40. Bill Clinton Talks to Wolf Blitzer of CNN about His Vegan Diet
Bill Clinton Talks to Wolf Blitzer of CNN about His Vegan Diet By Free From Harm Staff Writers | June 4, 2011 | Categories: Media Spots
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