About

The International Consortium For Animal-welfare United in Stewardship–or I.C.A.R.U.S.–began as an idea behind thesis research and has blossomed into something that will stretch far beyond the perimeters and confines of a paper, merging the conservation world, with the rest of the population. The resulting singular world will be a place where humans do not look around themselves and see animals which need to be conserved, but rather, fellow entities with whom they share a planet. It is our hope to make the need for conservation itself obsolete, by creating a generation that never seeks to exploit and abuse animals to begin with.

The I.C.A.R.U.S. team welcomes varied discussions on the subjects presented here, so long as the commenters remain courteous and respectful to others. However, open attacks on our members, unfounded or slanderous accusations, self-serving rhetoric and lengthy off-topic criticisms which do not engage others will not be tolerated.

 

4 thoughts on “About

  1. I have thought this for a very long time. I am glad some one spoke up and is standing up to this. Zoologists sacrifice the need for affection with wild animals so that we can save them from ourselves.

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  2. Daniela

    Dear team from Project Icarus,
    thank you so much for your excellent research on Black Jaguar White Tiger. I totally agree on your point of view. Since I felt the urge to do something, I created an Instagram account called _againstanimalabuse_
    I want to raise awareness for the true ambitions of BJWT and I would appreciate your support. I need much more followers, so that I can reach more and more people.
    Maybe you wanna take a look at it. Until then, I want to thank you so much for your great work!

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