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A video that was recently posted which appears to show a captive killer whale at SeaWorld beaching herself for over 10 minutes during a show has animal rights activists up in arms. Activists say they think the behaviour suggests the whale was trying to kill herself, however Sea World has shot back saying the behaviour is perfectly natural.
South Africa is expanding its use of technology to keep poachers away from rhinos. The country is keeping track of people coming in and out of a game reserve that is very near Kruger National Park. Authorities are tracking people regardless of how they enter and exit the park whether it be landing by helicopter, cutting through a fence or driving past a gate.
Last month, 33 lions that were rescued from circuses in Columbia and Peru were flown back to South Africa to live out the rest of their lives in a private sanctuary. This was the largest ever airlift of lions and the entire operation was funded by Animal Defenders International. The group which is headquartered in Los Angeles has been working with lawmakers in the two South American countries for years to ban the use of wildlife circuses where the animals are usually kept in terrible conditions.
Leopards all over the world have lost about 75 per cent of their historic range the results of a new survey suggest. The survey is the first effort at getting a sense of the leopard’s global paw print. The survey was conducted in collaboration with the Zoological Society of London, Panthera and National Geographic Society’s Big Cats Initiative. The researchers looked at over 1,300 sources of information regarding the leopard’s historic and current ranges.
The good news is the global population of wild tigers is on the rise. The bad news according to the Wildlife Protection Society of India is that poaching is also on the rise. According to a census report released last month, the number of tigers that have been illegally killed in 2016 already exceeds the total tally in 2015. As of the end of April, at least 28 tigers have been killed or seized which is 3 greater than last year’s final count.