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Daily world news about wild animals and endangered species. Includes facts and information on animals in Africa, lions, tigers, and other big cats, elephants, rhinos, and all other wildlife. Keep up to date on wild animal welfare and wildlife conservation. It’s all here.

Fun In The Sun At Chimp Haven (GALLERY)

(CHIMPS/ANIMAL PICTURES) Former government-owned chimpanzees are enjoying their golden years at Chimp Haven, a national chimpanzee sanctuary. There were over 100 chimpanzees rescued from a laboratory and sent to this Louisiana Haven. After a lifetime of cruelty these animals finally get to enjoy the rest of their years by socializing and living the life they’ve always deserved. Check out the chimpanzees enjoying their time at Chimp Haven in the heartwarming gallery below. — Global Animal

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New iPhone App For Wildlife Emergencies

(ANIMAL ACTIVISM/WILDLIFE) Animal Watch, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping animals, created a new iPhone and Android app that caters to protecting wildlife. The app, called Animal Help Now, allows for people to connect with animal professionals who can help in emergency animal-related situations. Whether you encounter a sick bird, or hope to save a wounded deer, Animal Help Now can assist you. Read on to learn more about Animal Help Now, and how helping animals is only a tap/click away. — Global Animal

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Who Knew?! Amazing A To Z Animals Facts

(ANIMAL FACTS/ABOUT ANIMALS) Here’s a list of weird and wild animal facts—from aardvark to zebra—and other creatures in between, courtesy of the amazing animal kingdom. We all know cats land on their feet and dogs wag their tails when happy. But do you know which animal has hairy eyes or what to call a pre-pubescent eel? Test your wildlife trivia here and tell us how many you knew. Or share other animals facts of your own in the comments section below. — Global Animal

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Misleading Animal Names (GALLERY)

(ANIMAL NAMES) While some animal species are humorously named after celebrities such as Beyonce, George Bush, and Star Wars character Yoda, other animal names seem to make no sense at all. I wonder if the scientists who named these animals were just trying to pull our legs… — Global Animal

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What will it take before we respect the planet? Photo credit: World Wildlife Foundation

Animal Ads Prove A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words (GALLERY)

(ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISM/PICTURES OF ANIMALS) The powerful images in the gallery below help give a voice to innocent animals who would otherwise be left unheard. Produced by animal rights organizations like World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) and Society for Protection of Animals (SPA), these animal ad campaigns shed light on which species are close to extinction and how we can change our everyday practices to protect wildlife. Check out the following animal ads that strive to bring awareness to animal rights issues and inhumane practices. — Global Animal

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Raju Gets A Girlfriend: An Elephant Love Story

(ANIMAL RESCUE/ELEPHANTS) Raju has a girlfriend. The elephant who became a social media darling for his tears of joy after being rescued from a lifetime of horrific abuse is finally enjoying life. The five-and-a-half ton animal is safely residing in the Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in Northern India, wheree he’s feasting on fruits and biscuits, being treated for his wounds, and hanging out with Phoolkali, a female elephant who had been saved from death just two years earlier. After 50 years of chains and shackles, torturous beatings and consuming plastic and paper to survive, the majestic creature can now live in peace thanks to a team from Wildlife SOS, a North London-based charity. When he’s fully recovered Raju will spend the rest of his days in a safe compound free from pain and suffering. Read below to learn more about Raju and Wildlife SOS’s daring and emotional midnight rescue. — Global Animal

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Cheerleader’s Heartless Hobby Spells Out “Cruelty”

(ANIMAL CRUELTY/HUNTING) Animal rights activists are outraged by the recent activities of Kendall Jones. The 19-year-old Texas Tech University cheerleader sparked a firestorm of debate after posting a series of pictures on Facebook of herself posing next to her big game kills, which include a zebra, lion, leopard, and rhino. Jones hopes to one day host a TV show focused on big game hunting, and quite nonsensically, she claims her passion for hunting lies in a need to promote wildlife conservation efforts. Likening her beliefs to Teddy Roosevelt’s conservation methods, Jones refuses to back down or delete the controversial photos. You can take action by signing the two online petitions were created to take down her Facebook page and ban the teenager from hunting in South Africa. Read on for the full details on her South African killing spree as well as her counterintuitive reasoning. — Global Animal

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