Another Reason to Be a Vegetarian in India

In a mystic land of India, around 60% of the people prefer vegetarian dishes over non-vegetarian food. While we Indians attach utmost sentiments to our culture, ritual and past eating habits, gen next are at full liberty to choose their life at their own wishes.

Today, certain section of the people eats vegetarian food while the rest chooses non-vegetarian dishes as their staple food menu for luncheon and dinner. But for all non-vegetarians out there, some harsh reality is there to encounter with. A recent report published by Guardian revealed that the Chickens raised here for food are dosed with Read more....

Are animals superior to humans?


Animals and humans have coexisted in nature through millions of years. From the cocker spaniel in your neighbourhood to the wild boar in the marshy Amazon rainforest, animals form a significant part of the ecosystem. How this cohabitation has existed for so many years, despite the differences, is a matter of wonder.

The five big cats – lions, tigers, jaguars, leopard, and snow leopard – collectively called the Panthera genus, along with cheetah and puma have always been feared and admired in equal measures. The agile predators have defied humans for long with the latter left with no choice … Read more....

Chinese Dog Eating Festival – Delight or Plight

Chinese Dog Eating Festival - Delight or Plight

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The infamous Chinese Dog eating fest, popularly Known as Yulin dog festival, happens every year in Yulin city of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China in summer. We are now exactly a week away from that horrible fiesta that no rational person in the world can support. As per the estimate, around 10,000–15,000 dogs are killed or burnt alive every year at Yulin before they find their way into the people’s plates.

More shocking is the participation of the common people in this cruelest blood-thirsty carnival leading to the brutal killing of so many dogs just to … Read more....

Do you know this about Crows?


What’s with crows we see around us all the time? Why don’t we like them and take them as bad omen?

Researchers and scientists say that human don’t like crows because crows are like human when it comes to survivability. They can think, they can react and they can live in adverse circumstances, just like humans.

Opportunistic Eaters

Crows are opportunistic eaters, so they eat whatever they can. From fish, corn, grains, fruits to left out food from garbage and meat, they can eat most of it.

Taste Buds

This reason is that they have fewer than 500 taste … Read more....

Animal Agriculture is Dominating Reason for Cliimate Change

Animal Agriculture is Dominating Reason for Cliimate Change

Out of our total greenhouse gas emission, we consider transport, industries, treatment plants, sewage and so on as the biggest contributors to climate change, but they are not. The most dangerous greenhouse gas contributor is our consumption of meat.

According to the documentary ‘Cowspiracy’ animal agriculture is responsible for half of the global greenhouse emissions.

A report by The Guardian said that “A research, led by scientists at the Oxford Martin School, found that shifting to a mostly vegetarian diet, or even simply cutting down meat consumption to within accepted Read more....

What do sugar gliders eat?

Pets are human’s most lovable and obedient friends. When your pet is a sugar glider, it is time to celebrate and rejoice nature’s simplicity.

Sugar gliders are small, omnivorous, tree loving, and nocturnal marsupials from Australia. They borrow their name from an affinity for sugary nectarous foods combined with their ability to glide through the air, much like a flying squirrel. Their appearance and habits are in fact quite similar to a living squirrel. One of the most peculiar characteristics of these animals is their gliding membrane patagium which covers their entire body from their fore legs to hind legs. … Read more....