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Fed. Government Denies the Import of Beluga Whales

Georgia Aquarium’s attempt to bring in wild beluga whales for entertainment results the protest of millions.

Recently, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration denied an application from Georgia Aquarium to import 18 wild beluga whales. The aquatic mammals, which were captured in Russia’s Okhotsk Sea, were going to be transferred to Sea World theme parks in Texas, Florida, and California. “Our nation has maintained a policy of ‘no-wild capture’ of whales for two decades, and there’s no good reason to turn away from that sound policy,” noted Humane Society of the United States president and CEO, Wayne Pacelle. To protest the US import of the whales, the HSUS circulated a petition that received more than 69,000 signatures, while 45 non-governmental organizations representing millions of constituents also issued written statements of disapproval.

England Considers Making Its Cash Vegan

Bank responds to outrage over rendered animal fat in new £5 banknotes.
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Marine Animal Park Charged with Five Counts of Cruelty

Ontario SPCA charged aquatic park Marineland with several counts of cruelty for abusive treatment of peacocks, guinea hens, and black bears.
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Forbes Praises Vegan Lube Company

Good Clean Love gets the attention of noteworthy publication for its work toward eliminating animal testing of sex products.
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Beyond Burger Expands to Southern California

The vegan bleeding burger forges on in its expansion to Whole Foods meat departments nationwide.
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Vegan Rescues 100-Year-Old Giant Lobster

Nova Scotia woman bought "King Louie" for $230 and promptly released him back into the waters where he was caught.
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