Igor Purlantov - Founder Of Spartacus Foundation

Igor Purlantov is one of the country’s biggest animal rights advocates. Igor Purlantov founded the Spartacus Foundation in order to supply financial donations and services to animal shelters across the US and Europe. In addition, Igor Purlantov has been working on an initiative to free Lolita the orca from the Miami Seaquarium. Lolita has been kept from her home for more than 40 years. http://www.slideshare.net/igorpurlantov/igor-purlantov-founder-of-spartacus-foundation  

Igor purlantov real estate expert

According to Igor Purlantov, one of the best ways to help out is to adopt a dog from a rescue instead of buying a dog from a breeder or pet store. Not only is this a more humane practice through and through, but Igor Purlantov also believes that adopting a rescued dog is often far more practical in the long run than buying a dog from a store. http://www.slideshare.net/igorpurlantov/igor-purlantov-real-estate-expert

Igor Purlantov

Igor Purlantov has been recognized as an AIM Top 250 Global Real Estate Portfolio Manager. The honor is especially rewarding because of the vast demographic from which the honorees were chosen. The award focuses on selecting the very best portfolio managers from around the world.

Animals are Social Networkers Too: How Creatures’ Natural Relationships Are Mirrored By Human Facebook And Twitter Use

Humans didn’t invent ‘social networks’, says a new study into animal behaviour - instead, our use of networks such as Facebook and Twitter actually mirrors group behaviours that can be found in whales, monkeys  and dolphins.  Intelligent animals 'use’ groups to share information with one another - albeit without computers or smartphones - just like humans do online.  Experts found evidence of animals forming cliques and gathering information to help make group decisions - in much the same way as humans use Facebook Groups to streamline discussions.  The famous 'six degrees of separation’ rule - which states that anyone can be related to another person in six steps - also applies to the way animals group with one another.