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World Animal Protection Nov 9
Otterly brilliant news: ' decision to ban the trade of endangered otters will come into effect later this month. Otters are wild animals, 🧡
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Racing Extinction Nov 14
Captive tigers in the U.S. outnumber those in the wild. It's a problem. via
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ThumbStopper Jul 18
has long been a for abused exotic cats held in captivity. Their efforts to get legislation passed banning private ownership of these animals is the subject of this week’s pod.
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Steve McIvor 5 Jun 19
Our wildlife team has revealed the suffering behind the latest exotic pet trend:
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Leona Lewis 13 Feb 19
Demand for exotic pets fuels illegal poaching for the global wildlife trade. Wild animals are suffering and it needs to stop. Sign this petition urging to do more to stop illegal smuggling on its planes:
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World Animal Protection US May 15
Because of the exotic pet trade, wild African gray parrot populations have declined by as much as 99% in some areas. 🦜💔 These are wild animals. .
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ADI Jan 14
72 HOURS TO HELP PRIMATES. If you believe, as we do, having seen their suffering first hand, that primates should never be kept as pets, please urge the to ACT NOW:
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World Animal Protection Mar 23
100,000 ball pythons are being exported out of Africa each year – and most become pets. But, unfortunately, these popular reptiles don’t enjoy the captivity we confine them to.
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World Animal Protection Apr 13
Parrots, iguanas, tortoises, snakes and even otters – these are just some of the species suffering as pets around the world. 🦜🦎🐢🐍🦦Here's why it's cruel:
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World Animal Protection US Jul 16
While your dog or cat has been domesticated over thousands of years, vulnerable snakes are often poached from the wild or captive bred, and thus, CANNOT adapt to captivity. Pledge, and tell others to never buy a pet snake:
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World Animal Protection US May 16
Fiercely protective parents, wild otters are shot, electrocuted, or their nests are smoked out, so poachers can take their cubs for pets or to live in cafes. 💔😣 Otters may look cute and cuddly, but they’re and they’re certainly .
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World Animal Protection Oct 5
Trading exotic animals for their skins or as pets may be legal, but it doesn’t make it right. These are wild animals – not factory-produced goods. has covered our latest report:
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World Animal News 16 Mar 19
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Ben Williamson Jun 4
Aside from it being morally wrong to steal from the wild and sell them into the exotic pet, meat, and medicine trades, snakes also serve a useful function in ecosystems--protecting crops and controlling other animal populations
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World Animal News Dec 11
Cutest Ever! Tom, the youngest since he arrived at - until now - greets his new sister and brother with kindness and love and a great big hug! 🙏🐵💛 Via 🌍👉
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Deborah Meaden 4 Feb 19
The dark side of the exotic pet trade. We need to work together to keep wild animals safe in the wild, where they belong. Up your game , stop enabling this illegal business. More info & petition here:
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Jena Aug 19
Did you know that chimpanzees have some of the same ticklish spots as humans & also laugh?🤣
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World Animal Protection CA 11h
Our research has found that 43% of exotic pet owners buy their animal on impulse. Almost half the owners don’t conduct any research at all, or spend less than a few hours researching which exotic pet to buy or how to care for them.
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Grouci Aug 26
Replying to @GrouciDjamila
We're sure you agree, Otters deserve a life worth living! Link of the publication:
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Freedom For Great Apes 15h
Herbie sounds pretty excited about his special treat! @ Bend, Oregon
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