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Congress Lifts Protection of Gray Wolf, Seen as Precedent?

USA (EXOTIC ANIMAL NEWS) – Sad news comes to the animal lovers out there, who are concerned about the world’s populations of endangered animals. 66 wolves were initially re-introduced to the Northern Rocky Mountains from Canada back in the middle of the 1990s. Today, there are approximately 1650 in the population. The issue is that the White House is ready to accept a budgetary bill including an unprecedented lifting of the Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in five US Western states, which has been a law in effect for 37 years, and it being the 1st time Congress has approached [ ... ]

A Few More Days to Participate in Adopt-a-Rescued-Guinea Pig Month

Exotic Animal News: The month of March is Adopt-a-Rescued-Guinea-Pig Month. As often as possible, it’s important we scoop up the pets that need homes from rescues. Not everyone has the ability or patience to work with a “damaged” pet to rehabilitate it or bring it out of it’s shell, but in the instances where a person can do so, most animal enthusiasts will agree to encourage this person. I, myself, haven’t seen a guinea pig rescues out there, but that would be because I haven’t actually searched for one, but when I searched today on Google, there were 226,000 results for “guinea pig [ ... ]

March is Dolphin Awareness Month

Exotic Animal Newsflash: The month of March is a month to celebrate and raise awareness of dolphins globally. They are extremely intelligent creatures with bubbly personalities. They are mammals, and are closely related to, but are not themselves, whales or porpoises. There are so many species of dolphin in our oceans that they are too numerous to name here, but there are a few that I will mention that are commonly misnamed as whales, but are actually dolphins in their own right. These include the “killer whales” (or orca), pilot whales, and the melon-headed whale. Very interesting indeed. So varied and marvelous they are, there is [ ... ]

Watch Founder – Kimberly Edwards – LIVE Interview NOW!

Exotic Animal Newsflash: Watch Kimberly’s LIVE Interview right NOW with Patrick Harb! * Founder of, & Kapow Models, and international model, Kimberly Edwards will have an exclusive 1 hour LIVE interview with Patrick Harb on February 4th @ 7:00 – 8:00 pm EST. If you like to be WITH US in the studio, give us a call at: 905-617-3365 If you have QUESTIONS that you would like to ask during the interview, you can place your questions in the DISCUSSION BOARD, and they will answer it accordingly. I will be discussing so many aspects of what’s going on in my [ ... ]

Happy New Year 2011 from Exotic Animal Lover

Exotic Animal Newsflash: We would like to wish you a very Happy New Year from Exotic Animal Lover! Here’s some exciting things going on: More videos will be coming this year! Have you checked out the designs from “K, Turn Around” Jewelry of animals in our Exotic Animal Lover Store? Hopefully, Kimberly will be able to get more traveling in this year. That means more cool stories, photos & videos of indigenous Looking for exotic animal experts to write on – If you’re interested, please email me with your information: To request information about certain animals, feel free to email it or comment on a [ ... ]

News of a Fanged Frog and Other New Species in Papua New Guinea

Exotic Animal Newsflash: Scientists from the United States, Great Britain and Papua New Guinea stumbled upon one of the greatest wildlife discoveries ever. They identified 40 new species of animal never before scientifically recorded in a 1 km deep volcanic crater on Mt. Bosavi in Papua New Guinea. Among these amazing finds were a species of fanged frog, possibly the largest rat species in the world (Bosavi woolly rat) that had absolutely no fear of humans, the Henamo grunter (a grunting fish that makes noises from it’s swim bladder), a new bat, 2 other fish species, and 15 other frog species. Animals of the [ ... ]

Brand New Species of Deep Sea Worms – The Green Bombers

Exotic Animal Newsflash: Seven brand new species of deep ocean worms were discovered that actually cast green glowing body parts when they’re disturbed or attacked. The team was led by Karen Osborn of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego. Thought to be used as a defense mechanism to confuse predators, which are unknown as of yet, the  appendages glow green when they’re cast by the worm, and they will actually continue to be “let go” as they’re more and more disturbed. It’s hypothesized that

Basking Shark Mystery Migration Solved

Exotic Animal Newsflash: Scientists have finally discovered where the heck those basking sharks go during the winter months. Previously thought to be a cold water fish, this shark will migrate from New England in the Western Atlantic all the way down to the Bahamas! They even recorded one of the sharks they tracked hanging out for 1 month at the mouth of the Amazon River. Animals are just full of surprises, arent’ they? What was most intriguing about basking sharks is that no one has ever seen a baby or a pregnant female or a basking shark giving birth. They measure up to 35 m long [ ... ]

ATV Rollover Dangers

Many of you own farms or land that you either monitor or patrol often. Some of you work for Parks & Wildlife commissions or something similar to that. Some of you are simply ATV enthusiasts for the recreation of it, or for the ability to get out into the wild to see fabulous animals! What you all need to be aware of is the inherent danger of ATV rollovers, which usually occurs due to a high center of gravity on the machine and a narrow wheel base. Rollovers can cause serious injury or even a fatality because of their sheer size and weight and [ ... ]

Leatherback Sea Turtle Placed on Endangered List

Exotic Animal Newsflash: As of yesterday, January 18th, 2009, the leatherback sea turtle has been moved to the critically endangered list from being only a vulnerable species in Australia. Photo left: baby leatherback sea turtle The leatherback sea turtle is the fourth largest reptilians in the world behind 3 crocodilians. What is most sad about this fact, is that the leatherback is the only species of animal in the genus Dermochelys. Once they’re gone, there’s none left! NONE! Why Are They In Peril? Because the