Another guessing game for our dear Perezcious readers!
This is probably easier than our last installment, especially if you're familiar with celebrities who do a lot of philanthropic work.
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But we don't think anybody does as much as this particular actress, who is pictured (above) playing with cheetah cubs at a wildlife sanctuary in Namibia — one of her daughters was born in the country, in fact.
She also serves as a UN ambassador and has her own foundation along with her equally famous and gorgeous husband!
Honestly, this is a pretty simple guess, so we don't want to give out too many clues.
Have you figured it out yet???
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This is great news!
It's been a couple months, but Costa Rica finally got their Wildlife Conservation law, which bans hunting as a sport!!!
The deal received a stamp of approval on Monday after getting a unanimous vote. Now, anyone who tries to circumvent the act or tries to snatch up wild animals to keep as pets will be fined $3K and/or
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This is so sad, but over the past five years around the Nouabale Ndoki National Park in the Republic of Congo, over 5,000 elephants have been killed!
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Did Arnold Schwarzenegger have an affair with a lobster too? LOL!
This monster of a lobster was found by New England Lobster Co. in San Francisco. who decided it was too big and shocking to be someone's dinner.
This dude weighed in at 18 pounds and is estimated to be 75 years old!! Firm's bookkeeper, Jennifer Vargas decided eating the king of the lobsters wasn't right.
"This seemed like a [lousy] way to go. A lot of the customers were interested in him - the problem was they didn't have a pot big enough,"
Luckily her boss agreed. Now this old beast and his massive claws live in the New York Aquarium, run by the Wildlife Conservation Society.
[image via Photo via Julie Larsen Maher, WCS]
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According to Scientific American, each year, an average of 2,280 metric tons of frog legs are imported into the United States alone (that's somewhere between 450 million and 1.1 billion frogs)!! Holyshiz.
In “Canapés to Extinction: The International Trade in Frogs' Legs and Its Ecological Impact,” a report (PDF) released July 26 by wildlife conservation groups Pro Wildlife, Defenders of Wildlife and the Animal Welfare Institute, billions of frogs are getting nabbed and sliced in order to appear on the plate each year.
But the international frog trade isn't just criticized for depleting natural frog populations. It also has a hand in spreading chytrid fungus, which is linked to the decline and disappearance of not only frogs, but also other amphibian species.
Save the Frogs, an organization based in Santa Cruz, claims that an estimated 62% of the bullfrogs entering California from frog farms in Asia are infected with the fungus.
[Image via WENN.]
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