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End Inhumane Experiments

The U.S. Meat Animal Research Center in Nebraska has been performing cruel and unusual experiments on animals since 1964. The center's goal is to increase profits for private ranchers, with no concern for the well-being of the creatures in their care.

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Shirley and Jenny

After fifty years in captivity, Shirley the elephant is finally free! And at her new home, she found a familiar trunk... Check it Out »

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See the Breathtaking Dance of the Peacock Spider

Even if you aren't the biggest fan of spiders, this brilliant species is sure to catch your eye, and capture your heart! For the colorful male peacock spiders, their lives may depend on their ability to bust a move.

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Breaching Orca

Keep Toxic Runoff out of Puget Sound

Puget Sound — a collection of channels, inlets, estuaries, embayments, and islands in Washington State — is at risk from urban rain water runoff, which collects toxins as it moves over sidewalks and streets.

Thankfully, the risk is a preventable one, through the use of "rain gardens." These planted areas are specifically designed to keep clean rainwater from becoming toxic runoff.

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Boycott SeaWorld!

According to the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society, SeaWorld holds the vast majority of the world's captive orca whales which appear in shows. These performances are the current cornerstone of SeaWorld's entertainment model.

SeaWorld's exploitative practices cannot be allowed to continue. Boycott SeaWorld until the company ends its policy of captivity for whales and other cetaceans.

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Plant Trees for Flying Squirrels
Since 1985, the northern flying squirrel has gone from nearly extinct to being on the verge of flourishing! However, there is still plenty of work to be done to help these adorable creatures. By restoring the yellow birch tree population, the trees in which northern flying squirrels almost exclusively nest, we can restore the squirrels' once-sprawling habitat

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