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Vegan News Round Up: Latest News You Should Know

by | March 24, 2019

This week in vegan news was full of animals, Gordon Ramsay, and overall surprising stories. Do you think you may have missed a story or two this week? Not to worry, we’ve made it easy for you. Here is your weekly vegan news round-up for the week ending March 22, 2019.

Czech Man Mauled to Death by Pet Lions, Sparking Debate Worldwide

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Michal Prasek, 33 was mauled to death in Zdechov by his “pet” lion which he had adopted in 2016 and had kept captive since.

Gordon Ramsay Adds Vegan Roast to Menu at Bread Street Kitchen

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Gordon Ramsay’s London-based restaurant “Bread Street Kitchen” now serves vegan roast, shocking vegans and meat-eaters alike worldwide.

Woman Attacked by Jaguar After Crossig Barrier to Take Selfie

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At WildlifeWorld Zoo, Aquarium, and Safari Park in Litchfield Park, Arizona a woman suffered from serious (but not life-threatening) injuries after she consciously had decided to cross a barrier in order to take a selfie with a jaguar.

A Rodent Breed Pays Hefty for Climate Change- Goes Extinct

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Australian rodent breed, the Bramble Cay melomys, is extinct due to man-made climate change.

Texas Wildflowers to Bloom Early this Year: Nature’s Way of Encouraging Conservation?

Texas is speculated to experience an early bloom this year of an uncountable amount of beautiful flowers including bluebonnets and paintbrushes because of the above average rainfall since October. Will this beauty serve as a reminder to all to be more environmentally conscious?

Last Pictures of Kenya’s Elephant Queen: She was a Sight to Behold

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The last remaining “super tusker” in Kenya died of natural causes but British photographer Will Burrard-Lucas was able to capture her legacy beforehand.

It’s Now or Never: UN Declares 12 Years Left to Act for Climate Change

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“Rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes” may be the only way to sto climate change before it’s too late because according to the UN, time is limited.

Death of 21 Horses Leads to Indefinate Suspension of Races

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The Santa Anita racetrack in California makes news as it has suspended horse races aftter 21 horses had to be put to sleep from sustaining mysterious injuries.

Could NHS’s Free Milk Service be Discriminatory?

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NHS is currently under fire as their newest “Healthy Start” program that gives vouchers for produce, vitamins, and milk does not cover plant-based milk alternatives.

The Revenge of the Chickens: Flock Kills Fox that Tried to Eat Them

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Chickens show us how they are capable they are against those who tried to wrong them- a flock in Northwestern France reportedly killed a fox trying to enter their coop of 3000 hens.

Low Carb Diet Linked With Atrial Fibrillation, Study Surprises Atkins Diet Advocates

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Those following restrictive diets with a very limited amount of arbs may want to reconsider their descision after Dr. Xiaodong Zhuang’s research on Atkins, Paleo, and Ketogenic diets.

Gordon Ramsay in a Beef with Piers Morgan over Veganism

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Following Gordon Ramsay’s newest addition to the his menu at Bread Street Kitchen, Piers Morgan tweets to let the world know that he isn’t having it.

Which of these news stories from this week was your favorite? Which ones do you want to hear more about? Let me know in the comments below.


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Gabriella Anaya

News Editor | Limoges, France | [email protected]

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