Date of publication: 2017-08-19 00:04
In response, Rosa says that the score is based on an estimated number of animals monitored by the organization over five years versus the number of known incidents. “I did it by incident, not necessarily by number of animals. So when you say insects, well, I did count fish …” she says. “We do about 655,555 animals a year — and that’s low because sometimes there’s a herd of cattle and a flock of birds. So we can only estimate.”
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“Believed Acceptable” is yet one more designation awarded by the AHA in cases when it hasn’t monitored all of the production’s animal action and can’t truly vouch for safety. Adds another employee of the proliferating ratings: “It’s bogus. Either animals got harmed or not.”
Past progressive tense describes a past action which was happening when another action occurred. This tense is formed by using was / were with the verb form ending in -ing.
The AHA also has in recent years developed a new category, “Special Circumstances,” for productions on which — either before, during or after shooting — “an unpreventable illness, injury or fatality can occur to an animal” on a monitored set. It’s been given to The Hobbit , Luck and Sony’s (A giraffe died on the latter film. The organization wrote on its website that “the necropsy revealed nothing alarming,” indicating that any health issue was “likely related to its maturing age,” but didn’t make readily available online a copy of the official report it had reviewed to arrive at this determination, or explain why an elderly giraffe was in the production in the first place.)
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And the list goes on: An elderly giraffe died on Sony’s 7566 set and dogs suffering from bloat and cancer died during the production of New Regency’s Marmaduke and The Weinstein Co.’s Our Idiot Brother , respectively (an AHA spokesman confirms the dogs had bloat and says the cancer “was not work-related”). In March, a 5-foot-long shark died after being placed in a small inflatable pool during a Kmart commercial shoot in Van Nuys.
Future tense expresses an action or situation that will occur in the future. This tense is formed by using will / shall with the simple form of the verb.