Brutal! Golden eagle tearing out chunks from a wounded Pronghorn’s back

Alfonso Doce
Rolling won’t crush that bird, as someone who has hunted with Golden Eagles, I know that the moment the pronghorn goes to the ground, the eagle will go for the head! I have seen it with mountain goats jumping and rolling down the mountain and the eagle trying to reach for the eyes and throat with the talons to get total control over the prey and kill it. Golden Eagles also hunt wolves.

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Incredible! 2022 Iditarod Champion Brent Sass Full Interview

AMAZING, honest and detailed description of what the race was like, and how difficult! Most mushers are not this open. Even cries! I’ve never heard such an incredible interview before.

His dogs live with him in the cabin (37:30)! “They’re all friends.” Wonderfully unconventional, the way it should be! Susan Butcher used to allow one or more dogs in the cabin, in rotation.

“I enjoy the struggle, alone at the homestead with the dogs. … It’s survival and dogs.” “You have to want to work pretty much all the time.”

“Focus forward. … Positive attitude is key. … If I get upset every time something breaks, I would be in trouble.”

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John Dutton on vegetarianism: Plowing fields kill many animals — “How cute does an animal have to be before you care if it dies to feed you?”

Spoken by John Dutton (Kevin Costner) on the show Yellowstone, to a protester (Piper Perabo) demonstrating against cattle ranching and raising beef for food.

Yellowstone Season 4, Episode 5 Under a Blanket of Red Transcript

SUMMER: We’re here protesting the existence of a state-sponsored police force that protects industrialized animal farming and the mass murder of millions of animals every year.

COSTNER: You ever plow a field, Summer? To plant the quinoa or sorghum or whatever the hell it is you eat. You kill everything on the ground and under it. You kill every snake, every frog, every mouse, mole, vole, worm, quail… You kill them all. So, I guess the only real question is: how cute does an animal have to be before you care if it dies to feed you?

Fauci’s NIAID funded painful experiments on Beagles, then killed them — “Dr. Fauci is increasingly becoming Dr. Evil” – Lara Logan


Fauci under fire over report alleging NIAID spent $400k on research infecting dogs with parasites

The White Coat Waste Project said they filed a FOIA request, revealing the information

Justin Goodman, a WCW Project vice president:

“They bought 28 healthy Beagles. The NIH website says they choose Beagles because they’re ‘small and docile.’ That means they’re easy to abuse. They took these 28 Beagles and infected them with parasites…, strapping devices to them that allow flies eat them alive, basically, give them parasites. And then they killed the dogs….”

Fox Nation host Lara Logan also joined the discussion, as well as her own pet dog, Honey, seated on her lap. …

Dr. Fauci is increasingly becoming Dr. Evil. Over and over again, the decisions that he made that have just destroyed millions of lives all over the world are becoming more apparent by day,” Logan added.

Maggie, former Alaska Zoo resident, dies at 41 — Laid down under a favorite oak tree with Lulu by her side

“She was really a wonderful elephant. A beautiful elephant with a rough history but an indomitable spirit. A big, big personality,” said Jackie Gai, Maggie’s veterinarian in her final years. “She had a beautiful face with long eyelashes. A very sweet and expressive face.”

Her new home was a sanctuary in San Andreas, Calif., run by the Performing Animal Welfare Society. Dr. Gai, director of veterinary services for PAWS, said Maggie flourished in her new habitat, with acres of hills to roam and mud to wallow in. And Maggie had a best friend: Lulu, a retired zoo elephant from San Francisco.

“They refused to be apart. Everywhere Maggie went, Lulu went, and vice versa,” Gai said. “So it’s just what I would say was the deepest of friendships.”

Gai said Maggie seemed to choose the place of her death. On Tuesday, Maggie lay down under a favorite oak tree. With Lulu by her side and a caregiver nearby, Maggie drew her last breath.

While African elephants in the wild can live to 65, Gai said Maggie exceeded the median life expectancy for a captive elephant.

“She was a good friend to her elephant friends, and she was lucky to have a caring zoo director who made the right decision for her,” Gai said. “And we are honored to have had the opportunity to care for her all these years.”

Gai said Lulu seems sad and is getting extra attention.

Maggie’s care was funded for several years by game-show host and animal advocate Bob Barker, who also reimbursed the Air Force for Maggie’s flight from Alaska.


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Mask Pollution Catastrophe: Over 1.5 Billion Masks to Pollute Ocean This Year — “This plastic does not ‘go away”

Claiming 3 million masks used globally every minute, researchers warn of environmental catastrophe

March 12, 2021

Researchers in the U.S. and Denmark estimated in a study in Frontiers in Environmental Science that “an astounding 129 billion face masks [are] being used globally every month,” a number that works out to three million every minute. “Most are disposable face masks made from plastic microfibers,” the researchers note.

Report: Over 1.5 Billion Masks to Pollute Ocean This Year

29 Dec 2020

Over one billion of the 52 billion masks produced in 2020 will pollute the world’s oceans, warns report published by an environmental group out of Hong Kong. …

“Single-use face masks are made from a variety of meltblown plastics and are difficult to recycle due to both composition and risk of contamination and infection,” OceansAsia’s report states. …

The report estimates nearly 7,000 tons of plastic could pollute the ocean and may take roughly 450 years to break down.

“This plastic does not ‘go away,’ but rather accumulates, breaking up into smaller and smaller pieces. Annually, it is estimated that marine plastic pollution kills 100,000 marine mammals and turtles, over a million seabirds, and even greater numbers of fish, invertebrates, and other marine life,” the report says. “Plastic pollution also profoundly impacts coastal communities, fisheries, and economies. Conservative estimates suggest that it could cost the global economy $13 billion USD per year, and lead to a 1-5% decline in ecosystem services, at a value of between $500 to $2,500 billion USD.”

The report also highlights various animals that have died due to masks.

1700 Pet Deaths from Bayer’s Flea Collar!

Big Pharma for dogs — BAYER KILLING THEM — “love of money,” not wellness driven! 1700 deaths and 75,000 adverse effects reported, and they keep selling it as long as they don’t get sued too much. Pet owners getting sick too. Outrageous!

Anti-Flea and anti-Tick options:

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Leaked Video Shows Monkeys, Dogs, Cats Being Tortured In Pharma Testing Lab

Instead of prescribing the vitamins, minerals and herbs naturopathic doctors prescribe every day, that Big Pharma won’t use because they can’t $patent things God made.

Secret video shot inside German testing lab shows monkeys screaming out in pain

WARNING: DISTRESSING FOOTAGE – The upsetting footage, taken at a lab in Hamburg, also shows cats and dogs that appear to be bleeding

The monkeys scream out in pain in the footage (Image: Cruelty Free International)


(vid) Debussy “Clair de Lune” on Piano for 80 Year Old Elephant

Debussy “Clair de Lune” for a gentle female elephant called Ampan.  Ampan is 80 years old and lives with us as Elephants World in Thailand.  She is blind in one eye and can barely see with the other.  80 years old is very old indeed for an elephant, it’s about 10 years past the natural life span of an elephant in the wild.

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Video: Bear sprints past cargo planes inside Anchorage International Airport

I used to work a few hundred yards from here.
At the very end of this short video, UPS freighter tails can be seen. Our NW Airlines cargo facility, where we did all the transloads, used to be between UPS and the trees showing behind the tails.
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From: ADN, 7/28/18
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Video: Bear sprints past parked planes at Anchorage’s airport

At first, James Batman thought a black, furry dog had sprinted by him at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, near where FedEx parks its cargo planes.

“Then I looked back again and saw it had no tail….

The bear had gotten into the area by burrowing under a nearby fence, said Trudy Wassel, division operations manager at airport. Airport staff had since repaired the area.

Wassel said the airport has two, full-time wildlife biologists to handle wildlife issues.

“We take it very seriously,” she said.

The airport borders Point Woronzof and Kincaid Park, areas where it’s not uncommon to see black bears, said Ken Marsh, a spokesman at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

DNA tests show 3 brown bears killed in Eagle River were not responsible for fatal mauling — Alaska Fish & Game's difficult situation

From: ADN
July 19, 2018

DNA tests have revealed that the three brown bears shot and killed in the South Fork Eagle River Valley last week were not responsible for the two maulings in the area in June that left one man dead and another injured, according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. …

Fish and Game killed a brown bear sow and two cubs in the area on Friday. The agency compared DNA samples from the animals to DNA analysis taken from the scene of the two maulings. There was not a match.

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