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Western Australia to ban puppy farms and sale of puppies from pet shops Puppy farms will be outlawed and buying puppies from pet shops banned under laws to be introduced to the Western Australian parliament. The premier, Mark McGowan, has committed to ending over-breeding and the operations of illegal breeders. “Dogs are an important part of many families in Western Australia,” McGowan said. “We want to make sure they are looked after and treated well throughout their lives. 10 superb pictures from Nature Photographer of the Year 2019 - Country Life A cheeky duck and a majestic arch of the aurora borealis are among the magnificent photographs honoured by the 2019 Nature Photographer of the Year competition. The competition — which only started up a few years ago — may not have the same high profile or lengthy history as the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, but it still attracted 14,000 entries from 73 different countries. The overall winner was this incredible shot of a pair of hares by a Hungarian photographer named Csaba Daróczi. Csaba was taking a walk in Kiskunsag, near the village of Bócsa, when he spotted a colony of rabbits and started taking photos.

How to make the perfect kung pao chicken – recipe Kung pao, or gong bao chicken has an interesting, if hotly disputed political back story. In one account at least, it is named after a 19th-century governor-general of Sichuan Province, who suffered with such bad teeth that he could eat only small, boneless pieces of meat. The dish was forcibly rechristened during the Cultural Revolution, when such imperial officials were very much out of fashion, as quick-fried chicken cubes, or chicken cubes with seared chillies – both accurate, if rather unromantic descriptions. Despite its somewhat fearsome, chilli-studded appearance, it’s a spicy but not particularly hot dish.

What we lose when animals go extinct This story appears in the October 2019 issue of National Geographic magazine. Most of the animals shown here are among the more than 28,000 species of animals and plants that the International Union for Conservation of Nature says are threatened with extinction. That number actually understates the risk. Creative Nature Photography: 13 Tips to Help Get You Outside the Box For some of us, there’s nothing that can compare with spending a day, a week or a lifetime photographing the wonders of nature and the outdoors. There’s also nothing quite so disappointing as coming home with nature photography shots that just don’t reflect the emotions we felt while we were there. If that happens to you more often than you’d like, you may be doubting your photographic skills. Chances are, however, that the problem isn’t with your skills, but more about your mindset.

HuffPost is now a part of Verizon Media At some point in your life, someone has probably asked you one of those dumb end-all, be-all questions: "If you had to choose, which animal would you be?" We hate those questions, but regardless, we're asking you one of them right now. We took to Facebook to ask our followers this question: What one dish would you eat every day for the rest of your life? Practicality is not a factor, nor is health.

Laws that Protect Animals - Animal Legal Defense Fund In the United States, animal protection laws can be enacted and enforced at every level of government. Most animal protection legislation happens at the state level. There are also a handful of federal animal protection laws. Additionally, some cities and counties pass ordinances to protect animals. This is why it’s critically important to advocate for better animal protection laws with lawmakers in all government bodies. 9 Landscape Photography Tips From the World's Best Maybe the ocean is your main muse, or perhaps you can't help but click the shutter 28 times when the sunset rolls around. Equal parts patience, perspective, and a little bit of luck – the best landscape photographs can take you right back to where you once stood. We sat down with globe-trotting adventure photographer Chris Burkard to find out just how he captures those award-winning snaps (and how you can too!). Chris Burkard brings us through his 9 best landscape photography tips that you won't want to leave home without. Take it away, Chris!

Best Slow Cooker Tex-Mex Chili Recipe - How to Make Slow Cooker Tex-Mex Chili Con Poulos Prepare this slow-cooker dinner in the morning to come home to a hearty bowl of this spicy chili. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Yields: 4 servings Total Time: 7 hours 40 mins 28-oz can no-salt-added fire-roasted crushed tomatoes African wild dogs kill 16 animals at West Midlands safari park Sixteen animals were killed at a safari park after a pack of African wild dogs escaped from their compound due to damage caused by Storm Ciara. At West Midland safari park in Bewdley, Worcestershire, staff were left “extremely saddened” by the loss of six deer and 10 sheep last weekend. A spokeswoman for the park said 12 wild dogs were able to enter a neighbouring compound in the early hours of 9 February as the storm hit the country. The compound housed Persian fallow deer and Barbary sheep.