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An animal-rights group contends that an elephant performing in Baltimore with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus poses a health risk to the public because she has tested positive for tuberculosis, but circus and government health officials...
Tags: Agriculture, Civil Rights, Human Interest, Politics, Animals
It was, unquestionably, the best $2.55 I've ever spent on vacation. For less than the cost of a Double Whopper, I spent a day in the company of 55 whoppers -- domesticated Asian elephants being rehabbed after lives of labor. No chains, no enclosures,...
Tags: Thailand, Forests, Travel, Natural Resources, Animals
The trappings of the joyous Christmas season are popping up all over our city. As if by magic colored lights have been appearing in gardens and tracing the roof lines of houses. My grandchildren, as all little children everywhere, are trying to be on...
BOUTIQUES: Holiday Ceramics Sale — Friday, Dec. 10, 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, Dec. 11, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, Dec. 12, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Community Center of La Ca¿¿ada Flintridge welcomes more than 50 artists to display and sell their...
Tags: Chevy Chase, Colleges and Universities, Dance, California, Music
The 33 NewsThe Fort Worth Zoo is one of the hottest attractions in North Texas. On a very busy day, the zoo might draw a crowd of 25,000 people. Not today. With the bitter cold, the zoo didn't have any visitors Friday, except for a photographer taking a picture...
WPIX NewsNEW YORK -- An undercover probe launched by PETA into the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus, dubbed the"greatest show on earth," conjured up shocking video of circus workers on tape beating and whipping elephants dozens of times in venues across...
World Cup fever hits the animal kingdom: Athletic roosters, lions, elephants and even lobsters play soccerL.A. UnleashedWith World Cup excitement at a fever pitch, even the animals are getting into the spirit of things. Zoo animals, household pets and even the occasional prognosticating mollusk are excited about soccer nowadays -- like the roosters above, for example.........
L.A. NOWIt may have caught some weary-eyed commuters off guard Tuesday morning to see the streets of downtown Los Angeles turned over to a predawn parade of pachyderms. Seven Asian elephants linked tail-to-trunk in an orderly line lumbered along a 3-mile......
L.A. NOWThe circus is coming to town -- on Tuesday a parade of elephants marched through downtown Los Angeles -- and animal rights activists arenâ€™t happy. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has planned a protest outside Staples Center on......
L.A. UnleashedBANGKOK â€” You can still feed elephants in Thailand's bustling capital -- but it could cost you. Bangkok authorities said Monday anyone caught handing bunches of bananas or sugar cane to the hulking beasts -- proffered by their handlers to......
Jerry Snapp loved Tiffany, and it broke his heart that he had to sell her. Close to 200 pounds, almost 4 feet tall, a foot and a half wide, she was his most beautiful skull. He picked her up in the spring of '97. He heard about her from a friend and...
Just how an Elephant Racing Club materialized at Orange County State College, now Cal State Fullerton, in 1962 is a matter of debate. One story credits a whimsical bureaucrat who drew up the application for forming clubs on campus. Next to the space...
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