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Futurology Promises More Hopes than Fears for the Animals & the Planet

Animalista Untamed put together a great blog post I am sure you will all enjoy to read:

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Futurology says you really can have too many bees!

Even the most indifferent to environmental issues and our native flora and fauna would have to be blind and deaf not to have registered the torrent of bad news about the dramatic and worrying decline in bee population numbers over the last few years.

So how could you possibly have too many bees?

We know of course that bee colonies are trucked all over the USA to pollinate crops as each comes into flower each year.

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But until I came to write this post, I for one was completely unaware that right now millions of bees are being shipped around the globe to work their pollination magic. Here in the UK it seems we import 40,000-50,000 colonies each year. And global bee commerce continues to expand.

This is a problem for at least two reasons:

  • The colonies – provided by a…

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Eight Women Changing the World for Animals 2 — Animalista Untamed

Here comes the second part about women coming to the aide of animals: Thank you to Animalista Untamed for bringing these special people into our focus:

2nd in series about eight remarkable women spearheading the battle for Animal Rights in their varied fields of science, art, law and politics, to celebrate the forthcoming International Animal Rights Day on Dec 10th Today The Politician “For as long as I can remember, I had a great love and admiration towards nature and animals […]

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Eight Women Changing the World for Animals 1 — Animalista Untamed

Here is a truly inspiring piece put together by Animalista Untamed. I will post all following seven posts on the same topic in the next few days.

Some of these women are almost completely unkown to the general public, even though their work has led to some important changes in animal welfate.

This week in the run-up to International Animal Rights Day on Dec 10th, I hope to feature eight remarkable women spearheading the battle for Animal Rights in their varied fields of science, art, law and politics. Maybe it’s not so surprising then that every single one of them has ties with a 9th, world renowned […]

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