Kêu gọi dừng uống cà phê chồn để bảo vệ động vật hoang dã

Mình kêu gọi dừng uống cà phê chồn, và khuyến khích các bạn kêu gọi mọi người không uống cà phê chồn, vì đó là hành động vô nhân đạo.

Xem thêm: Sự tàn nhẫn đằng sau ly cà phê chồn.

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28-03-2022 2:57 PM | Xã hội

SKĐSTrên thị trường cà phê ở Việt Nam hiện nay, cà phê chồn được xem là một trong những loại cà phê đắt đỏ.

Trung tâm Bảo tồn Động vật hoang dã Việt Nam (Save Vietnam’s Wildlife – SVW) vừa tổng kết và trao giải cuộc thi nghệ thuật “Cà phê chồn, liệu có đáng”, sau gần một tháng phát động.

Giới trẻ kêu gọi dừng uống cà phê chồn để bảo vệ động vật hoang dã - Ảnh 2.
Tác phẩm đạt giải đặc biệt thuộc về tác phẩm của em Nguyễn Anh Thư, Trường THPT Cam Lộ, huyện Cam Lộ, tỉnh Quảng Trị.

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Au Vietnam, la course d’éléphants d’un festival populaire suscite la controverse

Le mahout Y Hoi Bya est assis au sommet de son éléphant et use de son long bâton pour le faire courir jusqu’à la ligne d’arrivée de la course du festival Buon Don sur les hauts plateaux du centre du Vietnam.

Les locaux voient la course comme une célébration de ces animaux vénérés – traditionnellement considérés comme des membres de la famille dans cette région du Vietnam – mais les défenseurs des animaux appellent à mettre fin au festival jugé cruel et d’un autre temps.

Normalement organisé tous les deux ans, le festival de l’éléphant de Buon Don – un évènement touristique majeur – présente des matchs de football, des séances de natation, une parade et un buffet pour les animaux, couronnés par une course très attendue qui se tient les deux derniers jours du festival. Tiếp tục đọc “Au Vietnam, la course d’éléphants d’un festival populaire suscite la controverse”

Exclusive: Illegal Tiger Trade Fed by ‘Tiger Farms,’ New Evidence Reveals

National Geographic

A shocking video and new intelligence suggest that legal and illegal captive tiger facilities fuel Asia’s tiger trafficking—with brutal efficiency.

Fewer than 4,000 tigers remain in the wild, but more than 8,000 are held in captive facilities in Asia. Investigations have shown that many of these facilities breed and slaughter tigers for the illegal trade.

PHOTOGRAPH BY DARIO PIGNATELLI, GETT

IN THE LIVING room of a house at the end of a narrow country road in central Vietnam, a little way off the main highway, the skeleton of a tiger was laid out on the floor—the only complete one they had for sale, the man told the pair of visitors.

It was an attractive offer for someone looking to make tiger bone wine, a coveted brew made from bones soaked in rice wine, but what the visitors were interested in were the live tigers.
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What’s the kindest way to kill a lobster?

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“Lobster is one of those rare foods that you cook from a live state,” the recipe says.
“Quickly plunge lobsters head-first into the boiling water… Boil for 15 minutes,” the recipe then instructs.
It’s the tried-and-trusted method for many of us with any experience of cooking lobster – and there are dozens of similar recipes online.

But on Wednesday Switzerland banned the practice and ordered that lobsters be stunned before being despatched to our plates to avoid unnecessary suffering in the kitchen.

It comes amid growing scientific evidence that lobsters – and other invertebrates, such as crayfish and crabs – are able to feel pain. Tiếp tục đọc “What’s the kindest way to kill a lobster?”

Indonesian travelling shows where dolphins perform in the name of education

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More than 90 dolphins are held in captivity in Indonesia and trained to perform tricks in shows as part of the country’s so-called conservation efforts. Their future is uncertain as the government continues experimenting with a captive breeding programme to increase dolphin population in its waters.

 
Indonesia is believed to be the only country in the world that still uses dolphins in travelling animal shows. Most of them perform more than 30 times a week and travel from city to city in the back of a truck. (Photo: Pichayada Promchertchoo)

JAKARTA: Brama and Kumbara swim side by side in their little home, a murky plastic pool full of chlorinated water. The two bottlenose dolphins seem agitated ahead of the show in which they are a headline act; it involves performing the same maneuvers they have done thousands of times. Tiếp tục đọc “Indonesian travelling shows where dolphins perform in the name of education”