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2. the art or practice of casting magic spells; magic.
3. informal.
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with the ladies when he gets his mojo working.
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back.
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regained its mojo and hit the Mississippi coast full force.

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Hi Mojos

Another year has passed, with some successes in the Wildlife world, but still many,
many issues. Challenges facing Wildlife continue to grow, and while some species
have experienced reprieve, most remain compromised, with many facing extinction.
Human/Wildlife conflict continues to grow, as does habitat loss. Poaching and wildlife
trafficking are increasing, climate change is causing droughts, floods and change in
environments and hunting is relentless, whether trophy hunting, or the killing contests
which are growing in popularity. MojoStreaming continues to fight the good fight by
educating our viewers through entertainment.

Our Channel continues to grow, as more and more viewers tune into our talkshow,
MojoTalks . If you have not already done so, we recommend that you spoil yourself,
and spend a bit of time watching our guests talking about a wide range of Wildlife
issues. To start off don't miss Katherine Mozzone's great chat with Ofir Drori, - , a truly
wonderful human being with an absolutely amazing story, and the interview with anti
Hunting warrior, Eduardo Concalves. In the next few weeks we will be featuring
Stephanie Boyles Griffin, the Science & Policy Director of the Botstiber Institute for
Wildlife Fertility Control, and our second talk with Dr. Pieter Kat, head of Lion Aid.
Eduardo Gonsalves

Another crowd puller is our intriguing and very informative weekly live broadcast from
time, 7:00 A.M. PST. and 3:00 P.M. United Kingdom time. Please look up your time
zone at: http://www.timebie.com. So far our host, Chinedu Mogobo, has talked to us
about Pangolins, Dwarf Crocodiles, Civets, Ostriches and Tantalus Monkeys, all of
which are residents at the sanctuary. In the coming weeks, you will see Chinedu
chatting about an Emu, a Lappet faced Vulture, and a soft shelled Turtle.
Chinedu with Pangolin
As most of you will know, a great battle was won when Henry Smith's Bill banning the
import of Wildlife Trophies into the United Kingdom passed the second sitting in the
U.K. Parliament, without opposition. But although that battle was won, the war is far
from over, with the bill having to pass another few stages before becoming law. Stiff
opposition is expected, and as we continue the fight, if you have not had a chance to
do so, we recommend watching "Land of the Free" to truly understand the dynamics of
Trophy Hunting. It is still available on MojoStreaming at only $2.99 (Apologies, it is still
not available in Canada or the East Coast of the USA. Viewers in these regions will
have access to it in the New Year.).

And of course, don't forget to watch the more than 500 movies on MojoStreaming, or
read the fascinating blogs and browse our growing collection of user uploaded
photographs and videos. Have wildlife footage, clips or photographs you would like to
share with our growing Community? Please feel free to load them up. It's as easy as
loading up to YouTube or FaceBook!

The Mojo Team would like to wish you all the best for the Festive season, and wish you
and yours, and all the planet's species a great and prosperous New Year.


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