Licensing Laws and Animal Welfare: The Welfare of Wild Animals (Palgrave MacMillan and Springer Nature), a new book by Dr. Liz Tyson of Born Free USA, calls for reform in the way animal welfare is regulated, arguing that current legislative approaches prioritize the needs of industries that exploit animals over and above the needs of the animals themselves. Read more
(NVO) – It’s a tall tale in Australia for this giraffe who set off on a 1,300-mile journey from the Perth Zoo to another zoo in the land down under.
ST. LOUIS, May 8, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Kali (pronounced “Cully”), a 2 ½-year-old, 850-pound male polar bear that was orphaned in Alaska as a cub, is now resting comfortably in the Saint Louis Zoo’s new McDonnell Polar Bear Point exhibit, which is set to open June 6.
Co-owners of dog who died shortly after competing at Crufts, apparently from eating poisoned meat, say they refuse to blame another exhibitor and are determined to continue showing their animals.