People Staff
October 02, 2012 06:00 PM

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After Nakai the orca whale was injured in a fight with two other killer whales at SeaWorld San Diego, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is taking action. Attributing the tussle to the repercussions of confinement, the group filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Agriculture alleging that SeaWorld is violating the Animal Welfare Act. –LA Weekly

Hosting The Price Is Right wasn’t all fun and games for Bob Barker: For decades, the former host signed off every show with a message to viewers about the importance of spaying and neutering their pets. Now, Animal Defenders International will honor Barker’s activism on Oct. 13 with the Lord Houghton Award. –AP

Just more than a week after the death of the National Zoo’s panda cub, writer Bob Morris reflects on the ways in which the loss has weighed on visitors. “Zoos may not address war or unemployment,” he says, “but they give us a chance to consider the profound miracle and fragility of life.” –Huffington Post

A man walking his dog Monday morning in an N.Y.C. park found the body of a badly decomposed man about 15 feet away from the path where he was walking his pet. –New York Daily News

Another happy reunion: A Texas family’s Siberian husky was returned to them Sunday evening after she was stolen as a puppy, along with a canine sibling, out of their backyard. The other stolen pup was returned in 2010. – ABC News

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