Flesh

April 26th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

Name : Game Park Safari
Species : (Used to be) Wild Animal Petting Park
Origin : Mary and Bob Tenney
Current habitat : Oregon Pacific coast
Diet : Sales (tickets and Felidae)

” While hand-raising and presenting the wild has been our specialty, visitors can expect to see an extensive array of majestic adult lions, tigers, snow leopards, bears, chimps, black panthers, cougars, lynx, bision, camels, zebras, elk to name a few. Visitors of all ages are amazed, entertained and astonished by the original and innovative way of meeting, mingling, petting and seeing wildlife, offering an unsurpassed adventure in meeting the wild and a one-of-a-kind, lasting, exciting memory in getting to know the wild.”

Animal Agency LTD.

April 24th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

Cinemazoo

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April 23rd, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

Animal Control

Elderly Animals

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Work of Isa Leshko

Tycoon

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Name : The Hearst Garden of Comparative Zoology
Species : Private zoo
Origin : Delusion of grandeur
Current habitat : Californian wild coast
Diet : Memories

“William Randolph Hearst created the largest private zoo in the world on his ranch at San Simeon. Traveling the winding ranch road to Hearst Castle guests passed through fenced fields populated with many species of exotic wild animals freely roaming over the hillsides as though they were native to this land. It was an amazing sight. The ever-changing collection of animals was established in 1923 when American bison, Rocky Mountain elk, and European white fallow deer were acquired.”

Queen of Animals

April 9th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

Name : Wildlife Waystation
Species : Sanctuary
Origin : Hollywood ShowBeastness leftovers
Current habitat : Angeles National Forest
Diet : Donations

Source

“Founded in 1976 by wildlife lover and expert Martine Colette, the Wildlife WayStation is a national non-profit, holding rehabilitation, medical and problem solving refuge for native, wild and exotic animals. Located in the Angeles National Forest, north of the San Fernando Valley, the Wildlife WayStation is a safe haven for both native and exotic wildlife and is dedicated to their rescue, rehabilitation and relocation. These animals come from all over the world and from many different situations. The WayStation’s long-standing commitment is to accept any animal, no matter what the problem, free of charge and with no reservations. In short, no wild or exotic animal in need is ever turned away. Since its inception, the Wildlife WayStation has provided shelter and care to over 75,000 animals.”

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GPS

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Name : Biologging
Species : Geolocalisation technology
Origin : NASA
Current habitat : wings
Diet : Conservation Projects

Source

James Sheppard is a spatial and landscape ecologist, with a broad interest in the movement patterns, habitat use and resource selection of endangered wildlife. Spatial ecology is the fastest growing field in ecology, and is being driven by rapid developments in biologging technology. Biologgers are miniaturized digital instruments that enable previously unobtainable information to be remotely acquired on the spatial behaviors and internal state of free-ranging wildlife.”

Postdomesticity

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Hunters, Herders and Hamburgers

Center for Ecology & Evolution

April 5th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

Integrating Ecology
into Macroevolutionary Research

Encyclopedia

April 4th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

Of Human-Animal Relationships

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