In 2001, 45 billion animals were slaughtered worldwide for human consumption. Latest figures indicate it has risen up to 55 billion. Each year, approximately 900 million (about 10%) of animals in the U.S. raised specifically to be eaten, never even make it to the slaughterhouse. These animals die prematurely because of stress, disease, handling, transportation and deprivation.
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Doug Woodring and John Quigley of Spectral Q organized over 800 children, teachers and volunteers from 14 schools to form a massive kid-designed Chinese White Dolphin, originally drawn by 9-year-old Leung Man Hin, on the Repulse Bay Beach in Hong Kong.