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Dog Cruelty Caught on Tape
October 2015

Developing Story:
Shocking Dog Cruelty
Caught on Tape

Save Animals Facing Extinction: Groundbreaking Vote in WA

Tanzania: Epicenter Of Africa's Elephant Poaching Crisis

Climate Change Is
Killing Iconic Species

Hey, Did You Know?


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Developing Story: Shocking Dog Cruelty Caught on Tape
Just days ago SPCAI was alerted to a shocking cruelty case caught on video and posted on one of our partner’s Facebook pages. The terrible acts took place in Romania where dogs and cats suffer tremendously through cruelty and abuse by the general population, and severe neglect in government run shelters. Often dogs and cats are rounded up and sent to shelters only to be left there to starve and die. SPCA International is researching this shocking cruelty case caught on tape. Please stand by for specifics about the video, victim and criminals, and about how you can help.
Save Animals Facing Extinction: Groundbreaking Vote in WA
SPCA International is proud to support Washington state's groundbreaking ballot initiative, I-1401 - Save Animals Facing Extinction. If passed by voters in November, this initiative will make it a crime in Washington to traffic 10 species threatened with extinction in part due to the market for their body parts. If Washington state joins California in banning the trafficking of endangered animal parts, it will effectively end the import of these goods at two of the three busiest ports in the U.S., and almost the entire West Coast. Find Out More About the Initiative
Tanzania: Epicenter Of Africa's Elephant Poaching Crisis
Paching CrisesAfrica embraces a tremendous wealth of wildlife, and Tanzania has been particularly blessed. National parks, game reserves and wildlife management areas envelop almost a third of the entire county. While a large part of these visitors only come to take photos, hundreds of others armed with rifles and hired guides pay thousands of dollars to take home trophies from what is often termed a once-in-a-lifetime hunt. Learn About The Poaching Crisis
Climate Change Is Killing Iconic Species
Climate ChangeAs the cold weather and shorter days starts to encroach upon us we will start to leave our lights on longer and turn our heaters on. The fossil fuels used to generate this energy are responsible for 23 billion tones of CO2 annually. The carbon dioxide is making our planet warmer and our oceans more acidic. But how does this impact wildlife?
Hey, Did You Know?
SharkCarcharodon carcharias, also known as the great white shark, is the largest predatory fish in the world. On average a great white shark is 15 long and weighs in a 5,000+ pounds. That weight doesn’t stop these apex predators from fully breaching out of water at speeds of up to 15miles per hour! Sadly, even these mighty hunters have fallen victim to overfishing, causing them to become an endangered species. Check out www.ocearch.org to see tracking patterns of great white sharks across the world!
 
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