Japan and Other Countries Inhumanely Proceeding Commercialized Whale Hunting

Japanese whalers have killed between 200 and 1,200 of the animals every year since the moratorium, under the banner of research. Few outsiders, though, have believed that banner to be anything other than cover for trading in whale meat—a belief fostered by the fact that most of the catch has subsequently been sold for human consumption. Japan continued business whaling not long ago, taking back to port the nation's first official catch since it pulled back from the from the International Whaling Commission, a worldwide association focused on the preservation of whales.

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Earth's Animal Kindom is at risk of 1,000,000 Species going Extinct According to U.N. Report

According to heartbreaking news conducted by a large number of researchers and analysts who delivered a broad U.N. report on how humankind's blossoming development is putting the world's biodiversity at risky hazard. This honestly should come to no ones surprise considering all the awareness in the past decade being raised on Global Warming and the hazards of our overbearing destructive, industrial, pollutive & territorial ways.

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Eastern Pumas are Reported to be Officially Declared Extinct & no Longer an Endangered Species

The present last expulsion of the eastern panther from the imperiled rundown makes room for states like New York to reintroduce cougars from the far reaching and bounteous western populace. Eastern jaguars, otherwise called mountain lions, were murdered off all through the 1800s. The last one was executed in Maine was in 1938. Western jaguars scatter generally and have appeared as far east as Connecticut.

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Mi Barrio Tortilleria Share Infringing Tortilla Production & Packaging without Gloves or Hand Saftey Etiquette

In multiple stages of the production process, the tortilla’s are being handled without Sanitary & Health precautions more specifically without gloves (cough cough, contamination). Hand Hygiene and Food Safety should be taken extremely serious especially when packaging and delivering these kinds of products on mass scales. Washing your hands eliminates bacteria but doesn’t alleviate the cross-contamination of what's touched after you’ve washed them. The hands can still secrete microscopic germs after you’ve washed them  and basically germs can lead to disease. 

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Polar Vortex Returns with Dangerous Temperatures to Sweep the U.S.

“A persistent anomalous cold will continue across the plains over the next week. This cold comes after a record cold February across this region, extending into the Canadian prairies. Heating demand will continue to run much above normal for Early March in this portion of the country with additional heating demand potential across the entire northern tier of the United States. In addition to the cold, yet another winter storm is forecast to impact the Northeast I-95 corridor Sunday into Monday with moderate to heavy snowfall expected,” reported Meteorologist and owner of Empire Weather LLC., Ed Vallee.

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Planet Earth's Oceans Projected to Alter to Bluer Reflections of the Suns Light Due to Global Warming

As explained by executive author Stephanie Dutkiewicz of MIT; "Sunlight will come into the ocean, and anything that’s in the ocean will absorb it, like chlorophyll. Other things will absorb or scatter it, like something with a hard shell. So it’s a complicated process, how light is reflected back out of the ocean to give it its color."

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Discerned Russian Coast “Whale Jail” Perpetuates in Temporal Locality of Limbo

Somewhere on the Coast of Russia exist of 100 belugas and killer whales that are being held hostage in what's been named a "whale jail" by media outlets in Russia and internationally. Investigators are exploring the confined quarters and possibly dangerous state, particularly as the winter chill solidifies ice into the nooks. A group should now work to expel the ice so the creatures can inhale and surface for oxygen. “If the water freezes the creatures won’t be able to breathe and will eventually drown.”, says National Geographics

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Bug Apocalypse is Here as Catastrophic Fraction of Bug Species are Dying Off as Each Year Increments

Chillingly, the absolute mass of bugs is falling by 2.5 percent every year, the survey's creators said. In the event that the decrease proceeds in light of present conditions, bugs could be completely destroyed inside a century. “It is very rapid. In 10 years you will have a quarter less, in 50 years only half left and in 100 years you will have none,” analyst co-creator Francisco Sánchez-Bayo, an ecological scholar at the University of Sydney, Australia, revealed to The Guardian.

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