Piebald Red Tailed Hawk
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shakusaurus said: Omg, is it done??
Nope. Well… the front is. I still need to knit up the back, but I do have the lining picked out! I’ll do that as soon as I finish the project I’m working on, which should be soon… maybe I should be working on that now… since I need to have it finished in two weeks… I blame school.
Did You Know That Today is World Pangolin Day?
Last year tens-of-thousands of elephants and hundreds of rhinos were butchered to feed the growing appetite of the illegal wildlife trade. This black market, largely centered in East Asia, also devoured tigers, sharks, leopards, turtles, snakes, and hundreds of other animals. Estimated at $19 billion annually, the booming trade has periodically captured global media attention, even receiving a high-profile speech by U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, last year. But the biggest mammal victim of the wildlife trade is not elephants, rhinos, or tigers, but an animal that receives little notice and even less press: the pangolin. If that name doesn’t ring a bell, you’re not alone…
(Read more at MongaBay)
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