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Every day, One Green Planet brings you today’s top news. For those who don’t have a lot of time to look through the news each day, this will be a great resource and an easy way to catch up!

Here you’ll find different categories of news and links to each article published! Enjoy!

1. Tear-Jerking Video of Cat Leaves Viewers Heart Broken

In a TikTok video that has touched millions of viewers, an orange cat named Shambles emerged from the shadows of harsh street life to find a new chance at happiness. Shared by Haley, who goes by the username @jankycats, this video has brought both tears and hope to the online community.

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2. Check Out These Dogs’ Swimming Techniques (Video)

A recent clip posted by user @adventureswithmase has taken the internet by storm. This video showcases the remarkable swimming skills of two canine companions, Mason the golden retriever, and Loki the border collie.

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3. Dad Builds Dog His Own Home in Viral Video

A viral clip of a man building his dog a house, shared on TikTok by his daughter under the username @Kaitlynwitthar35, has melted hearts everywhere.

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4. Awful Polish Egg Farm Photos Revealed

Recently, shocking footage from a Polish egg farm has sent ripples of outrage throughout Europe. The images documented by workers employed on this poultry farm owned by Fermy Drobiu Woźniak, the largest egg producer in the European Union, portray a gruesome reality. Piles of deceased hens, twisted legs, pecked feathers, bloody eggs, and overcrowded conditions are just some of the distressing scenes captured.

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5. Mystery Surrounding Giant Tire Washed Ashore in Sydney Beach Revealed

At Long Reef Beach in northern Sydney earlier this week, a massive tire, equivalent in size to a human, washed ashore, leaving both locals and environmentalists bewildered. What made this discovery even more unsettling was the grizzly sight of over 80 deceased sea animals trapped within the tire. As the community grappled with this occurrence, a spokesperson from the Northern Beaches Council has come forward to shed light on the origins of this bizarre object.

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6. Moose Killed After Wandering onto Stockholm Subway Tracks

Seven out of 36 subway stations on Stockholm’s busy Red Line had to be closed on Wednesday after a confused moose managed to wander onto the tracks. The moose roamed the tracks for roughly four hours before being shot. The animal was killed by a wildlife ranger after efforts to capture the creature or lure them off the tracks failed. 

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7. Texts of Animal Abuser, Adam Britton, Reveal How Evil He Truly Is

Adam Britton, a crocodile expert who was recently charged with 60 charges relating to animal abuse, bestiality, and possession of child exploitation material, Telegram texts have been revealed.

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8. Prominent Vietnamese Environmental Activist, Hoang Thi Minh Hong, Jailed Over Tax Fraud Claims

A prominent Vietnamese environmental activist has been sentenced to three years in jail over tax fraud allegations. The sentencing of Hoang Thi Minh Hong continues a trend in the Communist-run, Southeast Asian country of jailing environmental activists for tax evasion-related claims. At least five other environmental activists have been sentenced over similar charges in the last two years. 

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9. Are Toothpaste Tubes Really Eco-Friendly? A Dive into the Recyclability Debate

In a bold move towards eco-friendliness, Colgate-Palmolive introduced “a first-of-its kind recyclable tube” for some of its Tom’s of Maine and Colgate-branded toothpastes. Made primarily from high-density polyethylene (HDPE) – the same recyclable material in milk jugs and laundry detergent containers – it sounds like a positive shift. However, the true recyclability of these tubes is under scrutiny.

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10. The Hidden Impact of Fast Fashion

Ever wondered about the ecological footprint of the clothes you wear? Let’s unravel the threads a bit. From the materials used to make the garment to the water and energy it consumes, and the waste and pollutants it leaves behind, the fashion industry has a significant impact on the environment.

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Wake Up Climate change Is Real by Tiny Rescue: Climate Collection

Wake Up Climate Change Is Real by Tiny Rescue: Climate Collection

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