"It is that range of biodiversity that we must care for - the whole thing - rather than just one or two stars."
-David Attenborough
Questions? Email me, Ronak Sathyanarayana, at ronaks@goanimals.org.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Gray Wolves Going Back to Brink of Extinction

Gray Wolves were critically endangered, but many years later, there were enough to be taken off the endangered species list. But, just because they weren't endangered, doesn't mean you can hunt them. FIRST OF ALL, YOU SHOULDN'T HUNT!!! Wolves were actually getting successful, but hunting is going up dramatically. Gray wolves were once at the brink of extinction, but hunting them again is pushing the limits. They will return to being critically endangered if people keep on hunting them. It's time to save the wolves. It's winter, the season of the wolves.

Driver's Ed for Dogs?

Usually, you wouldn't want a dog driving you around. Well, in New Zealand, they are teaching dogs to drive, and amazingly, they are very successful. Some may be even better than your average driver. Just goes to show that animals can do amazing thing. They are smarter than you think.

Rare Footage of Clouded Leopard

Clouded Leopards are critically endangered. Amazingly, scientists got footage of the elusive cat.
Go to this Link and watch the video. Remember, it is our job to help save these amazing creatures.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Massive Falcon Massacre Uncovered

During an annual 2 week migration in Northern India, 120,000-140,000 Amul Falcons were killed. The people trapped them in nets to be eaten or sent to unknown markets. Scientists believe that this is the largest flock of Amul Falcons in the world. Unfortunately, most were killed on their way to South Africa. The Indian Government has sworn to protect them on their upcoming 2013 migration.

Someone's Getting Coal in Their Stockings

Your favorite reindeer, Rudolph, may go extinct with all of his species because of the Federal Government. Earlier, the US Fish and Wildlife Service had given a total of 375,000 acres for the species, but now, the land was reduced by 90%. But even worse, on Selkirk Mountains, Woodland Caribou are almost extinct. Only 27 currently exist. It is time to help these animals from becoming extinct. Santa's favorite animal, is in danger.

Rhino Poaching is Increasing Day by Day

Poaching was already a big thing happening in South Africa, but now, it's getting bigger. The number of animals getting killed in increasing day by day. It's time to take some action. What do you think? Should we let poachers win?