Tabu, a Bollywood actress who starred in Life of Pi is being charged along with four other actors for the killing of a protected animal.
The poaching case is a 14-year-old and is finally going to trial next month for the shooting of a blackbuck, a protected antelope.
Tabu and the four other actors were shooting a film in 1998 near Jodhpur when the shooting took place.
What's crazy is if they're convicted, they could face up to
We already know that Ted Nugent can be disrespectful to women and loves to dismember animals in front of unsuspecting people.
So it's not a huge surprise that he went on a pig killing spree!
Though that doesn't excuse any of it!!
He literally went on a wild animal massacre!
A picture of a giant wolf killed in Michigan has really got some people talking.
The wolf was struck by a car and killed in an accident on a highway.
A man took a picture of himself holding the dead wolf, which weighed an incredible 100-pounds and was almost as tall as him!!
Even though the death was an accident, it's sparked a debate in Michigan regarding the hunting of wolves. A new law may go into effect
After a month of hunting the Florida Everglades for Burmese pythons, the Python Challenge is coming to close…
And for most…it was a HUGE WASTE OF TIME!!!!
Only 50 pythons were killed for the event, as 1,500 hunters from 30 states and Canada ran wild thru the swamp and came up with nothing to show for it.
Which is pretty weird…considering there are 150,000 Burmese pythons in the Glades!
Thankfully, no one was injured while hunting but as these snakes have proven, Burmese pythons are quite evasive and GREAT at camouflage.
Oh well…better luck next year we guess…although we still wish there was a better way of doing this.
EEWWWWW….why can't they leave our food alone!!!
El Lay chefs Kiyoshiro Yamamoto and Susumu Ueda could be headed to jail for a loooooooong time after they were caught serving Sei whale meat to customers.
Sei whales are protected in the States by the Marine Mammal Protection Act, so serving whale meat in the City of Angels is a BIG no-no.
Yesterday, we told you Zambia was banning trophy hunting for lions.
Now, Leonardo DiCaprio and the International Fund for Animal Welfare are doing their part to help these endangered and beautiful lions.
The actor has taken a break from Hollywood to help the world. Leo posted the following on Facebook to help IFAW get the word out:
And it's for TWO good causes!!!
Zambia is joining the FUN party of banning trophy hunting, following in Kenya and Botswana's footsteps.
Leopard and lion hunting will be banned in 2013, two of the big five of trophy hunting, (elephants, water buffalo and rhinos are the other three). The government hopes the bans will boost ecotourism.
Hunters argue that game hunting is big business for Zambia and