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Lynx Love ♥

Lynx Love http://youtu.be/COMPVFeJYuo We've had a number of Siberian Lynx at Big Cat Rescue, all of them were rescued from fur farms. It would take double the amount of lynx we have at the sanctuary just to make 1 fur coat! Learn more about the fur industry and what you can do to help here: http://bigcatrescue.org/dont_wear... Music courtesy of Kevin Macleod "Love Song" Same video below: // < ![CDATA[ google_ad_client = "pub-8689188310988875"; google_alternate_color = "660000"; google_ad_width = 234; google_ad_height = 60; google_ad_format Read More

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German zoo increases size of lynx exhibit

19.02.2009, 17:09Jülich. Der Jülicher Brückenkopf-Zoo gehört zu den beliebtesten Ausflugszielen in der Region. Zu den Hauptattraktionen des kleinen Zoos, der sich der heimischen Fauna verschrieben hat, gehören bei großen und kleinen Besuchern die Luchse.Die Brückenkopf-Luchse leben in ihrem natürlichen Umfeld, dem Wald. Damit es die Wildkatzen zukünftig aber noch besser haben, einen größeren Freiraum genießen und ein noch naturnaheres Leben führen können, hat der Brückenkopf-Verein keine Mühen gescheut, das Gehege der eindrucksvollen Read More

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Exotic animals trapped in net of Mexican drug trade

Date: 09-Feb-09Country: MEXICOAuthor: Mica RosenbergMEXICO CITY - From the live snakes that smugglers stuff with packets of cocaine to the white tigers drug lords keep as exotic pets, rare animals are being increasingly sucked into Mexico's deadly narcotics trade.Drug gang leaders like to show off rarities like sea turtle skin boots and build ostentatious private zoos at their mansions.They also reap additional profits by sharing routes with animal traffickers who cram humming birds into cigarette packs and baby monkeys into car air conditioning Read More

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Mo. animal facility has rough year

Friends unite to aid animal refuge By T.J. GREANEY of the Tribune’s staff Published Wednesday, December 24, 2008 Walking into the home of Deb and Dale Tolentino is like wandering onto a movie set. At least 40 cats crowd the small living space, splayed on top of cupboards, crouching inside the kitchen sink, flexing their claws on the ground. The air is heavy with fur and odors, and a visitor can’t help but feel eyes on him from every direction. In one cage, a macaw parrot whistles, and in the next a giant iguana lounges. In a corner, a tortoise Read More

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Wisconsin: Escaped lynx goes home with owner

NOTE: Timbavati Wildlife Park's website says it has white lions and baby animalsFelix, the lynx, goes home with ownerBy Kay James,Dells Eventswde-news@capitalnewspapers.comThe lynx is no longer surprising people in the Dells area, but is home on the farm in Neshkoro with her owner, but she'll be back in the Dells when the tourist season starts.The lynx's name is Felix, and she is a Siberian lynx, also known as a European lynx. She surprised mail carrier Alan Borud by showing up at his rural Wisconsin Dells home last week.Felix is owned by Mark Read More