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Bonjour mes amis
je vous souhaite une belle journée
N’oubliez pas notre pétition ….pour que les tigres ne perdent pas leurs rayures
https://www.lapetition.be/en-ligne/President-Chinois-Hu-Jintao-Stop-the-massacre-TigersRinho-elephants-11963.html
Fred
Good day my friends
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Great Cats of the "World"

The lion population is dying out 

The lion population is dying out

Saturday December 8,2012

By Julie Carpenter

THERE’S a reason why the lion is considered one of Africa’s most iconic animals.

Watching one recently during a South African safari it was impossible to hold back a sharp intake of breath as this great beast swaggered across our path, tail slowly swishing, his huge mane unruffled by the early morning wind.

There was something spine-tingling about being able to view this majestic male, coolly unperturbed by our presence, wending his way through the undergrowth to proudly take up a prime position on an open plain to survey his kingdom.

Even the way he walked seemed to indicate power, strength and authority.

So it might come as a surprise to learn that lions now need our help – badly. A study released this week has revealed that lion populations have dropped by a staggering two-thirds…

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Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video is called The future for humpback whales – BBC Planet Earth.

Twitter messages from Ecomare museum on Texel island in the Netherlands say that today a humpback whale has beached.

This happened on the Razende Bol, a desert island close to the bigger Texel.

People try to save this whale. It is still partially underwater; which is a good sign for survival.

UPDATE: the whale is about 12 meter long. The tide is rising, which may help the whale.

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