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Furry creatures with a difference (and a purpose) -- see *******www.justgiving****/ozaru2008 (or www.justgiving****/ozaru2009, 2010 etc. depending on today's date!) This parody on the Wombles song video (www.youtube****/watch?v=FZ2mJPSccvo) was made as a bit of fun when preparing for the Great Gorilla Run 2008, to help raise funds for the critically endangered mountain gorillas. With the subsequent chaos in Congo (see www.gorillas****/Congo_Crisis) it's become even more important.
4 Aug 2009
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WATCH MORE ON VBS TV....... Recently Congolese rebels led by a pro-Tutsi Jesus freak named General Nkunda seized control of Virunga National Park at the top right corner of the DRC, where it borders Rwanda and Uganda. Virunga is home to roughly of a quarter of the world's population of the extremely endangered mountain gorillas. In fact, we agreed so hard that we decided to go to Uganda with Edun Live in order to see some living mountain gorillas for ourselves. This is our story.
14 Nov 2008
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Bill Bouchard is hot on the trail of poachers who are targeting endangered species. ACTUAL ENCOUNTER has to be seen to be believed. A WonderGlen reality show coming soon.
18 Nov 2008
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Professor Curry informs you what solution he has found to save this endangered species called arabs in times where we see their number decreasing day after day!
26 Nov 2008
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The Alligator Snapping Turtle (Macrochelys temminckii) is one of the largest freshwater turtles in the world. It is a larger and slightly less aggressive relative of the Common Snapping Turtle. The epithet temminckii is in honor of Dutch zoologist Coenraad Jacob Temminck.The Alligator Snapping Turtle is found in the Mississippi River and its tributaries throughout the Southeastern U.S.. They are also found in the Missouri River at least as far north as the Gavins Point Dam at Yankton, South Dakota. The Alligator Snapping Turtle has also been found in New England. It is also present in Indiana on the state's endangered species list. The largest freshwater turtle in North America, the alligator snapper keeps to primarily southern U.S. waters, while the smaller, more aggressive common snapper inhabits lakes and streams from South America to Canada. These turtles can remain submerged for up to an hour. Typically only nesting females will venture onto open land.The Alligator Snapping Turtle is characterized by a large, heavy head and a long, thick tail with three dorsal ridges of large scales (osteoderms) giving it a primitive appearance reminiscent of some of the plated dinosaurs. They can be immediately distinguished from the Common Snapping Turtle by the three distinct rows of spikes and raised plates on the carapace, whereas the Common Snapping Turtle has a smoother carapace. They are a solid gray, brown, black, or olive-green in color, and often covered with algae. They have radiating yellow patterns around the eyes, serving to break up the outline of the eye and keep the turtle camouflaged. Their eyes are also surrounded by a star-shaped arrangement of fleshy filamentous "eyelashes." There is an unverified report of a 403-pound Alligator Snapping Turtle found in the Neosho River in Kansas in 1937,[2] but the largest one actually on record is 236 lb, and housed at Brookfield Zoo in Chicago, Illinois. They generally do not grow quite that large. Average adult size is around 26 inches shell length with a weight of 175 lb. Males are typically larger than females.[3] Alligator snapping turtles can also range in length from 16 to 32 inches (40.4 to 80.8 cm). A Tartaruga Aligator, também conhecida em inglês como Alligator Snapping Turtle e em espanhol Tortuga caimán é uma das maiores e mais agressivas tartarugas de água doce que existe, habita regiões profundas de rios, lagoas, pântanos, canais e lagos de diversas regiões dos Estados Unidos em sistemas de rios que desembocam no Golfo do México, como Kansas, Tennesse, Kentucky, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Mississipi, Louisiana, Arkansas, sul do Alabama e Flórida. Os machos possuem as caudas mais grossas e mais compridas e são maiores que as fêmeas. Ambos possuem garras extremamente poderosas, que os ajudam a rasgar seus alimentos. As Tartarugas Aligator são ótimas caçadoras, elas possuem uma língua rosa bipartida ( semelhante as das cobras ) que imita vermes em sua boca, atraindo assim peixes que vem atacar os supostos vermes entrando assim em sua boca e se tornando presas fáceis, porém sua alimentação não é baseada somente em peixes, elas comem quase tudo que se mexa, pois suas mandíbulas são extremamente grandes e fortes, sendo capazes de quebrar ossos, em seu cardápio estão incluídos além de peixes, camarões, lagostas, caranguejos, moluscos, salamandras, sapos, cobras, patos, garças, pequenos roedores, filhotes de crocodilos e tartarugas menores, porém na falta destes elas também se alimentam de plantas aquáticas, raízes e frutas. E podem ficar mais de 50 minutos submersos a espera de suas presas, pois elas podem baixar sua frequencia cardíaca, taxa metabólica e temperatura. E por passarem muito tempo submersos podem até crescer algas em seu casco, aumentando ainda mais sua camuflagem.Apesar de passar a maior parte de suas vidas no fundo de rios e lagos, as Tartarugas Aligator também necessitam dos raios solares para o aquecimento e para ajudar no desenvolvimento da carapaça, sendo essencial principalmente durante as fases iniciais de grande crescimento corpóreo.A tartaruga mais pesada de água doce já encontrada foi uma Tartaruga Aligator pesando 183 quilos capturada no Rio Neosho condado Cherokee no Kansas em 1937, porém esses dados não foram bem registrados e o fato acabou se tornando lenda.
9 Dec 2008
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wildlife, conservation, new york city, zoo, animals, holidays, presents, cute, wild, christmas, bronx, nyc, bears, polar, family, children, kids, endangered
18 Dec 2008
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The Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada: "Welcome to the deep blue world of Shark Reef. Here you will come face-to-face with some of the earth’s most fascinating creatures in North America’s only predator-based aquarium and exhibit. See sharks of all kinds, along with sawfish, giant rays, endangered green sea turtles, piranha, moon jellies and the rare golden crocodiles. In all, there are over 2,000 animals in 1.6 million gallons of seawater." Distributed by Tubemogul.
19 Feb 2009
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*******www.instablogs****/ Russian economy Russian economy is on a shaky foot after the industrial output for the month of November slumped by 8.7% compared to a year earlier. Ruble a hard rock currency ever since the rise of oil prices Ruble has lost 15% of its value and so are Russia's fast shrinking foreign reserves. This coupled with credit crunch, fall in the stock market, plummeting industrial production and mounting lay offs, the Russian economy is facing a daunting task. Although a rise in oil prices may buy Kremlin some time but the public discontent has already begun to simmer. The economic crisis may be scarcely discussed in Russia, People do know that not everything is under control. Indian Space commerce Indian space commerce got a huge boost when the state-of-the-art communications satellite — W2M— built by ISRO on a commercial basis in partnership with EADS-Astrium of Europe was launched at 4.05 a.m. IST from the Guiana Space Centre at Kourou in French Guiana. W2M separated from Ariane-5, 32 minutes after its lift-off, and reached its intended Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit. Building W2M signalled ISRO'S foray into the satellite-manufacturing market. Weighing 3,463 kg at lift-off, it is the heaviest satellite built by the ISRO and is capable of operating for over 15 years. The spacecraft was built for Eutelsat Communications, which is a global satellite communications provider based in Paris. Winters in Jordan With the beginning of winters Jordanians are getting their heating preparations ready. This also means that environmental police needs to look carefully for illegal logging of wood as this constitutes the major environmental violation that has been dealt with by the environmental police. Increase in fuel prices as well as personal heating preferences have been the contributing factors to the graph of this underground business. The environmental police have worked through their patrols and horse back rangers to check adherence to environmental regulations. The department has also recently activated a free hotline in order to respond to complaints from the public. All of this to save environmental resources which could be considered endangered during this winter. No to Year 2009 As we know, the French love to protest against change. Well here's a good example of this phenomena. A group of protesters called Fonacon is organising an end of the year march, to protest against the year 2009. They don't want next year to happen, so they are going to meet on the Atlantic coast in order to stop the tide coming in. Then they will call for France to stay in 2008, because 2009 looks like being a bad year. They will also protest against Switzerland because of the Swiss watch-making industry, which they say encourages time going by. And, if you get hungry whilst protesting, there will be 2008 oysters available. This is a true story, my friends. *******www.instablogs****/
24 Dec 2008
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The Wilson's Green Family Summer makes their way to the Nature Conservancy's Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve in Kansas. See the subtle beauty of the prairie and hear how Ruth Palmer and Brian Obermeyer work to help protect this endangered landscape.
25 Dec 2008
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Want to watch full movie? Please visit www.moviego.info Release Date: March 20, 2009 - Plot Summary: Oscar® winner Julia Roberts and Clive Owen reunite for "Duplicity," from writer/director Tony Gilroy (seven-time Oscar®-nominated "Michael Clayton"). In the film, they star as spies-turned-corporate operatives in the midst of a clandestine love affair. When they find themselves embroiled in a high-stakes espionage game, they discover the toughest part of the job is deciding how much to trust the one you love. CIA officer Claire Stenwick (Roberts) and MI6 agent Ray Koval (Owen) have left the world of government intelligence to cash in on the highly profitable cold war raging between two rival multinational corporations. Their mission? Secure the formula for a product that will bring a fortune to the company that patents it first. For their employers—industry titan Howard Tully (Tom Wilkinson) and buccaneer CEO Dick Garsik (Paul Giamatti)— nothing is out of bounds. But as the stakes rise, the mystery deepens and the tactics get dirtier, the trickiest secret for Claire and Ray is their growing attraction. And as they each try to stay one double-cross ahead, two career loners find their schemes endangered by the only thing they can't cheat their way out of: love. Starring: Julia Roberts, Clive Owen, Tom Wilkinson, Paul Giamatti, Rick Worthy
31 Dec 2008
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*******www.acaiberryproducts**** - review of the Endangered Species Dark Chocolate with Acai Berry in it. This chocolate bar is sold in normal, health grocery stores. Acai berry is healthy but this chocolate bar still has some fat in it.
1 Jan 2009
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egyptian cease fire plan supported by the european union and united states trying to achieve peace in the middle east, largest protected area - marine monuments near hawaii george w. bush dedicated 3 marine monuments in the south pacific oceans save endangered species, world and national news, good news and view, good news video, positive news, my inbox news,
8 Jan 2009
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man upside down on vail ski lift forgot to put down the seat fell through flipped upside down hanging from ski lift pants pulled down, genitals on fire woman angry at husband lights his balls on fire he spills a bottle of alcohol that catches the house and neighborhood on fire endangering children and families now under arrest for murder, funny and odd news stories, myinboxnews****,
24 May 2009
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UNRWA spokesman Johan Eriksson told the British Broadcasting Corp. via phone from Jerusalem that he had just spoken to the agencys boss in Gaza City, who confirmed to him that at least three shells containing white phosphorus hit their sprawling compound. Fire is raging inside our compound. It is inside a mechanical workshop, Eriksson told the BBC, adding that shipping pallets loaded with humanitarian aid were also on fire inside the compound. Firefighters cannot do anything. White phosphorus has landed and these fires cannot be put out, said Eriksson. Three people inside the compound are injured so far. # Amnesty slams Israel 'war crimes' Most Palestinian casualties are unjustifiable, Amnesty says Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. The rights group's report for 2004 says Israeli forces have killed some 700 Palestinians - including 150 children - mostly in unlawful circumstances. The report lists "reckless shooting, shelling and air strikes in civilian areas... and excessive use of force". It also condemns the killing of Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants and violence by Jewish settlers. "Certain abuses committed by the Israeli army constituted crimes against humanity and war crimes," Amnesty's report says. "The deliberate targeting of civilians by Palestinian armed groups constituted crimes against humanity," it adds. An Israeli opposition MP has requested an urgent parliamentary debate on the report. But an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman denied the charge of war crimes and said Amnesty's analysis appeared "one-sided". The report says Palestinian armed groups killed 109 Israelis, including 59 civilians and eight children, in suicide bombings, shootings and mortar attacks. 'Impunity' Amnesty's accusations against the Israeli army include unlawful killings, torture, extensive and wanton destruction of property, obstruction of medical assistance and targeting of medical personnel. Amnesty International Report 2005 - Introduction (935K) A-Z summary of key countries (1MB) Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader Download the reader here Amnesty also says Israel has continued to use Palestinians as "human shields" during military operations, "forcing them to carry out tasks that endangered their lives", despite an injunction by Israel's high court banning the practice. The report accuses Israel of offering impunity to soldiers and settlers who commit crimes against Palestinians. "In the overwhelming majority of the thousands of cases of unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations in the previous four years, no investigations were known to have been carried out," the report says. "The Israeli army and police ... routinely increased restrictions on the local Palestinian population in response to attacks by Israeli settlers," it adds. Dire situation In addition to the report's focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Amnesty criticises a number of regimes in neighbouring Arab countries. Palestinian suicide bombings are "crimes against humanity" Egypt and Syria are blamed for systematic torture and ill-treatment of political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia, Amnesty highlights killings by security forces and armed groups, exacerbating the "already dire human rights situation in the country". Jordan is said to have made scores of political arrests, amid reports of torture and ill-treatment in custody. In Iraq, the report says US-led forces committed gross human rights violations, including unlawful killings, arbitrary detention and torture. Armed groups in Iraq are similarly blamed for targeting civilians, hostage-taking and killing hostages. # Tags: Al-qaeda, Allah, And, Arab, BBC-Israel, Bomb, Children, Civilians, CNN-Israel, Funny, Girls, God, Iraq, Iraqi, Islam, Islamic, Israel, Israeli, Israelis, Jew, Jewish, Jews, Judaism, Muslim, Muslims, Never, Osama, Palastinian, Porn, Sabreen, Saudi, Sex, Shiaa, Suni, Suny, Targets, Wahabia, Wo
4 Feb 2009
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# Amnesty slams Israel 'war crimes' Most Palestinian casualties are unjustifiable, Amnesty says Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. The rights group's report for 2004 says Israeli forces have killed some 700 Palestinians - including 150 children - mostly in unlawful circumstances. The report lists "reckless shooting, shelling and air strikes in civilian areas... and excessive use of force". It also condemns the killing of Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants and violence by Jewish settlers. "Certain abuses committed by the Israeli army constituted crimes against humanity and war crimes," Amnesty's report says. "The deliberate targeting of civilians by Palestinian armed groups constituted crimes against humanity," it adds. An Israeli opposition MP has requested an urgent parliamentary debate on the report. But an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman denied the charge of war crimes and said Amnesty's analysis appeared "one-sided". The report says Palestinian armed groups killed 109 Israelis, including 59 civilians and eight children, in suicide bombings, shootings and mortar attacks. 'Impunity' Amnesty's accusations against the Israeli army include unlawful killings, torture, extensive and wanton destruction of property, obstruction of medical assistance and targeting of medical personnel. Amnesty International Report 2005 - Introduction (935K) A-Z summary of key countries (1MB) Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader Download the reader here Amnesty also says Israel has continued to use Palestinians as "human shields" during military operations, "forcing them to carry out tasks that endangered their lives", despite an injunction by Israel's high court banning the practice. The report accuses Israel of offering impunity to soldiers and settlers who commit crimes against Palestinians. "In the overwhelming majority of the thousands of cases of unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations in the previous four years, no investigations were known to have been carried out," the report says. "The Israeli army and police ... routinely increased restrictions on the local Palestinian population in response to attacks by Israeli settlers," it adds. Dire situation In addition to the report's focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Amnesty criticises a number of regimes in neighbouring Arab countries. Palestinian suicide bombings are "crimes against humanity" Egypt and Syria are blamed for systematic torture and ill-treatment of political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia, Amnesty highlights killings by security forces and armed groups, exacerbating the "already dire human rights situation in the country". Jordan is said to have made scores of political arrests, amid reports of torture and ill-treatment in custody. In Iraq, the report says US-led forces committed gross human rights violations, including unlawful killings, arbitrary detention and torture. Armed groups in Iraq are similarly blamed for targeting civilians, hostage-taking and killing hostages. # Tags: Al-qaeda, Allah, And, Arab, BBC-Israel, Bomb, Children, Civilians, CNN-Israel, Funny, Girls, God, Iraq, Iraqi, Islam, Islamic, Israel, Israeli, Israelis, Jew, Jewish, Jews, Judaism, Muslim, Muslims, Never, Osama, Palastinian, Porn, Sabreen, Saudi, Sex, Shiaa, Suni, Suny, Targets, Wahabia, Wo
28 May 2009
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UN high commission for human rights protest Israel crimes in Gaza. # Amnesty slams Israel 'war crimes' Most Palestinian casualties are unjustifiable, Amnesty says Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. The rights group's report for 2004 says Israeli forces have killed some 700 Palestinians - including 150 children - mostly in unlawful circumstances. The report lists "reckless shooting, shelling and air strikes in civilian areas... and excessive use of force". It also condemns the killing of Israeli civilians by Palestinian militants and violence by Jewish settlers. "Certain abuses committed by the Israeli army constituted crimes against humanity and war crimes," Amnesty's report says. "The deliberate targeting of civilians by Palestinian armed groups constituted crimes against humanity," it adds. An Israeli opposition MP has requested an urgent parliamentary debate on the report. But an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman denied the charge of war crimes and said Amnesty's analysis appeared "one-sided". The report says Palestinian armed groups killed 109 Israelis, including 59 civilians and eight children, in suicide bombings, shootings and mortar attacks. 'Impunity' Amnesty's accusations against the Israeli army include unlawful killings, torture, extensive and wanton destruction of property, obstruction of medical assistance and targeting of medical personnel. Amnesty International Report 2005 - Introduction (935K) A-Z summary of key countries (1MB) Most computers will open PDF documents automatically, but you may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader Download the reader here Amnesty also says Israel has continued to use Palestinians as "human shields" during military operations, "forcing them to carry out tasks that endangered their lives", despite an injunction by Israel's high court banning the practice. The report accuses Israel of offering impunity to soldiers and settlers who commit crimes against Palestinians. "In the overwhelming majority of the thousands of cases of unlawful killings and other grave human rights violations in the previous four years, no investigations were known to have been carried out," the report says. "The Israeli army and police ... routinely increased restrictions on the local Palestinian population in response to attacks by Israeli settlers," it adds. Dire situation In addition to the report's focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Amnesty criticises a number of regimes in neighbouring Arab countries. Palestinian suicide bombings are "crimes against humanity" Egypt and Syria are blamed for systematic torture and ill-treatment of political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia, Amnesty highlights killings by security forces and armed groups, exacerbating the "already dire human rights situation in the country". Jordan is said to have made scores of political arrests, amid reports of torture and ill-treatment in custody. In Iraq, the report says US-led forces committed gross human rights violations, including unlawful killings, arbitrary detention and torture. Armed groups in Iraq are similarly blamed for targeting civilians, hostage-taking and killing hostages. # Tags: Al-qaeda, Allah, And, Arab, BBC-Israel, Bomb, Children, Civilians, CNN-Israel, Funny, Girls, God, Iraq, Iraqi, Islam, Islamic, Israel, Israeli, Israelis, Jew, Jewish, Jews, Judaism, Muslim, Muslims, Never, Osama, Palastinian, Porn, Sabreen, Saudi, Sex, Shiaa, Suni, Suny, Targets, Wahabia, Wo
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