Lacoste Features Endangered Species as Logo

Lacoste Features Endangered Species as Logo in Place of Its Iconic CrocodileLacoste Features Endangered Species as Logo in Place of Its Iconic Crocodile

One of Lacoste’s trademarks is its very iconic logo – the crocodile. You see a polo custom t shirt, no matter how plain it looks, with a crocodile logo on

Florida Legislative Session for 2019 BeginsFlorida Legislative Session for 2019 Begins

The upcoming Florida’s legislative session will be one of the busiest for laws and regulations relating to animals and leather used on recliners. Several organizations from all over the world

Florida Disagrees to Puppy MillsFlorida Disagrees to Puppy Mills

The commercial breeding of dogs for sale is a practice that comes with various downsides for the well-being of dogs. Commercial sellers, like most businesses, prioritize their profit over the

Retailers and Restaurants Get Warned against Illegal Sale of Foie GrasRetailers and Restaurants Get Warned against Illegal Sale of Foie Gras

Served as a gourmet delicacy, the Foie gras (French for “fat liver”) is produced by force-feeding baby ducks and geese until their liver swells eight to ten times the normal

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Lacoste Features Endangered Species as Logo

Lacoste Features Endangered Species as Logo in Place of Its Iconic Crocodile

One of Lacoste’s trademarks is its very iconic logo – the crocodile. You see a polo custom t shirt, no matter how plain it looks, with a crocodile logo on its chest, you automatically think “Lacoste”. It can also be the other way around, you hear the name “Lacoste”, and you instantly think of crocodiles. This just proves the point that Lacoste and its crocodile logo have always come in pairs. That is until the brand decided to feature other animals, endangered species specifically, as their logo. No, this doesn’t mean that Lacoste would drop its crocodile. In fact, polo ...
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Florida Legislative Session for 2019 Begins

Florida Legislative Session for 2019 Begins

The upcoming Florida’s legislative session will be one of the busiest for laws and regulations relating to animals and leather used on recliners. Several organizations from all over the world have pitched in their ideas, such as environmentally friendly cookware to further regulate and enforce laws relating to the protection of land and marine life. Making sure the kitchen faucet is environmentally friendly is very important too. One of the top agendas of this session would be to fight to release the captive orcas that have been held in various amusement parks such as the SeaWorld. The fight would be ...
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Florida Disagrees to Puppy Mills

Florida Disagrees to Puppy Mills

The commercial breeding of dogs for sale is a practice that comes with various downsides for the well-being of dogs. Commercial sellers, like most businesses, prioritize their profit over the well-being of the animals they keep for sale. Local golf shops are on the lookout for any such illegal practices. They have engaged the use of rangefinders to help track down distances to the puppy mills. On the course, golfers are using irons to make sure the animals are treated correctly. Dogs and puppies are kept in an overcrowded, unsafe, and filthy environment. These animals are seldom provided with the ...
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Retailers and Restaurants Get Warned against Illegal Sale of Foie Gras

Retailers and Restaurants Get Warned against Illegal Sale of Foie Gras

Served as a gourmet delicacy, the Foie gras (French for “fat liver”) is produced by force-feeding baby ducks and geese until their liver swells eight to ten times the normal size. This inhumane treatment is carried out by ramming a thick pipe in the throat of these defenceless animals and then pumping huge amounts of grains through it. Fishermen have been particularly hard hit by the change. Many fishermen who take their fishing chair and rod out to the creek will now have to think twice. Not even a motor battery that is used for trolling is safe anymore. Not ...
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