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Over 3000 coyotes killed in Nova Scotia
Halifax - The Nova Scotia government says 3,340 coyotes were killed by licensed trappers during the 2011-2012 season as part of its plan to reduce aggressive coyote behaviour.
Nova Scotia continues aggressive coyote campaign
Halifax - The Nova Scotia government is continuing its efforts to protect residents by attempting to reduce aggressive coyote behaviour and is urging Nova Scotians to be vigilant.
As The Fight To Keep One Panda Alive Continues, Another's Carcass Is Sold Illegally
In the same country that is fighting to rescue Pandas from violent cruelty in special medical centres, a woman is arrested after apparently trying to sell the pelt of a fully grown Panda.
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