1. Shaka Diver

    A very curious hammer head shark 😍 tag a friend that you would want to experience this with . Facts about hammerhead sharks: the eyes of the shark are placed in the outer edges of the hammer head allowing for 360 degree view above and below . It’s head and view along with it’s smaller mouth make it great for hunting on the sea floor for animals such as rays , shrimps , squids and small fish . Th . . .

  2. Harry Josh Hair

    #Repost @activistvegan ・・・ 🔻 💨 Leading cause of greenhouse gas emissions , accounting for all gases (C02 , methane , nitrous oxide) and lost carbon sequestration from deforestation for livestock grazing? --> ANIMAL AGRICULTURE . ♨️ Leading cause of desertification , habitat loss , mass species extinction? --> ANIMAL AGRICULTURE . 🌲 Leading cause of deforestation? --> ANIMAL AGRICULTURE . . .

  3. Searching For Chinook

    📝They need YOU ! ☎️ . . . . There are 74 remaining southern resident killer whales , a number of which have recently been confirmed as pregnant . . . we need to increase the number of Chinook salmon in the Salish Sea and we need to do it NOW ! . . . . . @govinslee can use his power , he needs to take a stand and call upon the U . S Army Corps of Engineers to act on Alternative 4 of the 2002 EIS (Environm . . .

  4. Clean Green Vegan

    @Regrann from @activistvegan - Dr . Bill Ripple , PhD has been studying the ecological effects of livestock grazing for over 20 years . The following is from an article published in Forks Over Knives: " Wild carnivores are regularly exterminated to protect livestock . But Ripple discovered that the surrounding ecosystems suffer when this happens . Humans , who eat meat but are biologically designed to . . .

  5. For Tigers

    Repost from @four_paws_international - Today is World Animal Day… we take this opportunity to start revealing more gruesome details about the trade of tigers🐯 and their parts . In the coming weeks and months we will expose the shady sides of tiger businesses💰 all over Europe , including tigers ending up in countries where there’s widespread demand for tiger products as ‘medicines’ . The . . .