Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Animal misconceptions

  • (CBS) - Its Monday and to kick off the week wed like to start with something cute, but also want to help you to get your learn on. Thats why this video by C.G.P. Grey breaking down eight common animal misconceptions is simply too perfect.
  • (CBS News)
  • Animal Rights, The Myth of the Wild, Wildlife Ambassadors, Captive Breeding, The Future.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • As a result, misconceptions commonly arise. One misconception is that trapping threatens or endangers animal populations.
  • (Coeur d'Alene Press)
  • No, but there are still a lot of misconceptions out there that too many people seem to have had a bad encounter with an overzealous vegetarian or animal welfare advocate and sworn it off. I dont blame them.
  • (York Dispatch Online)
  • Negative media has a lot to do with those misconceptions, as well, she said explaining that people will hear one bad report about animal production and assume all farmers work that way.
  • (Herald And Journal)
  • Everyone will have the same size and color containers.  These containers are heavy duty and wont be blowing into the streets or be easily tipped over by animals.  The weight of the lids will keep the rabid raccoons out also.
  • (Patch)
  • so Ill have more on Dawkins and the status of non-human animals soon, Ive been collecting a file on dogs and dog fighting, thinking there might be a series of columns to be done about these creatures and the many misconceptions that surround them.
  • (Philadelphia Daily News)
  • Powell says people have misconceptions about wildlife rehabilitators. They think that they spend all their time playing with the animals and its just all fun, but its mostly work. The animals are theyre usually traumatized. Theyre injured.
  • (WALB 10)

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