Tuesday, July 13, 2010

The Extinction of Fish - The End of The Line

Love Seafood? It may become a pleasure of the past soon. End of the Line is a documentary promoted by Greenpeace outlining how modern fishing techniques are destroying fish stocks around the world.

Click here to listen to the interview with Genevieve Quirk, the Ocean's Campaigner for Greenpeace Australia explain what is happening

Watch the trailer here:

Find out more at http://www.greenpeace.org.au/ and http://www.endoftheline.com/

Kwai Chang-Kum says you can't keep the African Serval at home

Did you know that...

- While hunting, the African Serval may pause for up to 15 minutes at a time to listen with eyes closed.
- The Serval has been known to dig into burrows in search of underground prey, and to leap 3-5 m (9-16 ft) into the air to grab birds in flight.
- The Serval swallow small prey whole.

There may be many more things to know about the Serval. Find out by listening the the HDC talk to Kwai Chang-Kum of Zoos Victoria by clicking here.

Find out the latest news at www.zoo.org.au