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Second lynx dies at troubled Welsh Zoo

13 November 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Big Cats Campaign News, Zoo Check Campaign News

A young Eurasian Lynx who had previously escaped from Borth Zoo in Wales has been shot dead by marksmen contracted by the local council. Lillith escaped from the zoo over two weeks ago after jumping over an electric fence. She...

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Ireland announces animal circus ban

10 November 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Zoo Check Campaign News

New regulations to ban the use of wild animals in circuses, due to come into force in January 2018

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Help us to end Christmas exploitation

9 November 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Zoo Check Campaign News

It’s that time of year when thoughts turn to all things festive. With shops starting to display magical snow scenes, reindeer and penguins appear in the form of models, animations, merchandise and illustrations all over the...

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Call for European Commission to ban commercial trade in ivory

8 November 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Elephants Campaign News, Wildlife Trade News

International wildlife NGOs have joined forces to call on the European Commission to safeguard the future of elephants by recommending a ban on the commercial trade of all ivory and ivory products into, within and from EU Member...

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Endangered Vaquita dies after capture

7 November 2017

Categories: Homepage News, Dolphin News

A female vaquita has died just hours after being captured by scientists off San Felipe in Mexico

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