"It’s scary to know there’s something out there in the wild that we may or may not be able to do anything about."
"I'm surprised it happened, but I'm heartbroken for the horse as well for the owner," Diane Cornish with Equine 808 Horse
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A massive string of dead dolphins along the East Coast is most likely due to cetacean morbillivirus, a marine strain of a virus similar to measles, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
A die-off this large hasn't happened for more than 25 years -- between the summer of 1987 and the spring of 1988, more than
"Sharks are sensitive animals who, in captivity, require a highly specialized and controlled environment," the PETA letter
Keep very young puppies and kittens at home: Consider the puppy or kitten’s age and whether it can handle a long flight in
Those who have witnessed self-destructive animal behavior personally may hold a different view. Dolphin trainer Ric O'Barry
Check out the slideshow below of bizarre mass animal deaths: One rescuer explained to Reuters, "These birds have suffered
Father James Martin, S.J., discusses some possible explanations for mass animal deaths as well as what the bible says about the end times.