Animal advocates PETA, which will be better to go naked than in furs, killed 1,600 cats and dogs per year

The organization "People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals» (PETA), fighting for the rights of animals by the most radical ways, could not provide a decent life animals that came to her in the care and preferred to get rid of them. Over the last year in the U.S. state of Virginia, where the organization is based, PETA slew more than 1,600 animals, according to the website of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services of Virginia.

Statistics show that in 2012, PETA shelters were given 1,100 cats and 733 dogs. Of these, only two cats and three dogs

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In the United States set up a sperm bank in the case of animals of the Apocalypse

August 11, 2013. The question takes on a strange hue because of the field while still filled with cows, sheep, goats and other animals that provide us with food, writes modernfarmer.com However, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has created a special storage of semen of animals in Colorado.

It is located in Fort Collins. And now here contains about 700,000 copies of sperm from 18 different species of animals that float in liquid nitrogen in anticipation of some catastrophic events that could end life on Earth.

When we talk about the impending danger, we think less about a

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Global warming may be toxic

A review of studies has shown that as the temperature of herbivorous mammals will absorb more toxins, and animals that live in arid areas are particularly at risk.

Mammals can maintain a constant body temperature, and therefore considered to be less vulnerable to changes in temperature than the cold-blooded (like reptiles). But Denise Dearing of the University of Utah (USA) found evidence that mammals will experience changes more subtle way.

Such as the Arabian oryx, will simply have nothing to eat. (Photo Heaher.)

Plants produce toxins for protection from animals that eat them. In response, the herbivores limit the

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