Welcome to our free wallpapers. Wildlife needs to be protected throughout the world. We need to leave enough of nature to pass
along to the next generation. Going to the zoo to observe wildlife has its' place
but the animals are not in their natural setting, living their natural lives. Leaving enough land and
the wildlife that inhabit that land is important to the future generations of people. There is
nothing to compare with seeing wildlife in its' natural state.
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|Artificial Human Farms Could Wipe Out Animal Testing in Three Years - Scientists Claim|
Artificial humans are set to replace the controversial technique of animal testing, scientists have claimed. The micro-chipped human machines due to be available in three years time will remove the need for experiments that claim the lives of up to 90 million animals each year, according to the Sunday Times. Artificial organs such as lungs, liver, and kidneys are already being used to test ...
|Animal Planet's Labor Live Cam Exclusive Video: Desi the Calf Takes Wobbly First Steps|
Animal Planet L!VE is putting the labor into Labor Day Weekend.Throughout the holiday weekend, the Labor Live Cam, which can be viewed here, will stream live animal births from the Nebraska State Fair's birthing pavilion. Not only will viewers get to witness the miracle of birth in all of its suspenseful ? and messy ? glory, but the 24/7 cams will also aim to capture an adorable lamb's first ...
|Recent incidents of animal abuse show something deeper than just violence|
There is animal abuse, and then there is exacting intentionally cruel suffering upon those less powerful than you. The violence we have seen perpetrated on animals, one wonders where that aggression goes when the helpless creatures are not around.
|Researchers find animal model for understudied type of muscular dystrophy|
An animal research model has been developed for facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD) to be used for muscle regeneration research as well as studies of the effectiveness of potential therapies for FSHD.