Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Cat-with-Cancer-in-Bristol-27MZIFY9MBG.htmlConceptually similarCat with Cancer in BristolGP015SFCompleted★★★★Cat with Cancer in BristolGP0T1ACompleted★★★★Removing dead seals off beach at Norfolk.GP048BCompleted★★★★Banner Hanging from the Houses of Parliament in London, UKGP0350Completed★★★★Baby seal infected with virusGP0PJ2Completed★★★★Baby seal infected with virusGP01D9SCompleted★★★★Baby seal infected with virusGP0DHVCompleted★★★★Dead seals on beach due to virus infection. Blakeney, Norfolk.GP08PTCompleted★★★★Dead Seal due to virus infection in BlakeneyGP0KMUCompleted★★★★View AllGP0G2XCat with Cancer in BristolCat after operation to remove cancerous cells in right ear. Caused by exposure to UV-BLocations:Bristol-United Kingdom-Western EuropeDate:1 Mar, 1992Credit:© Greenpeace / Julian GermainMaximum size:3717px X 5695pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Day-Domestic cats-Illness-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-One person-Ozone depletion-Victims-WomenShoot:Cat with Cancer in BristolKipper the cat with squamous cell carcinoma in its right ear and early pre-carcinoma changes in its left ear. This type of cancer is caused by exposure to UV-B radiation which may be a result of ozone depletion. Bristol, UK.