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Rescued alongside Simon who died – now moon bear Sam is living for two

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03 February 2016

Let’s reclaim the “Year of the Monkey” for the monkeys

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02 February 2016

Wildlife draft amendment is a misstep for China but changes little

“The fact that within China there has been a sustained reaction from animal welfare groups to this news gives us hope - even amongst the concern that this legislation generates." READ MORE  

12 February 2016

Pressure increases on “World’s Saddest Zoo” after Animals Asia report

Petition requesting closure is launched as Grandview Aquarium makes international headlines and is beset by bad publicity after official opening.
Syndicated news reports called it "one of the saddest…

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11 February 2016

Blackfish is winning the battle in the west – now there’s a new war in Asia

It’s worth remembering that money is behind most animal cruelty – it’s business and business is always looking for new markets.

READ MORE  

05 February 2016

Rescued alongside Simon who died – now moon bear Sam is living for two

When Sam and Simon were rescued from a tiny, dark room and even tinier cages on Ba Mun Island in Vietnam’s Halong Bay, they were both in bad shape.

READ MORE  

03 February 2016

Let’s reclaim the “Year of the Monkey” for the monkeys

The Year of the Monkey may be dawning in Asia but so long as animal performance continues to be accepted - it could be a torrid year for captive primates.

READ MORE  

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