Activism

PETA Rescues More Monkeys From Thailand’s Cruel Coconut Industry

Lek and Jor, two monkeys chained and forced to pick coconuts in Thailand’s abusive coconut industry, have been rescued by PETA and WFFT!

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CAPTCHA Test: Are You a Human With a Heart?

Have you tried the most visually arresting CAPTCHA test yet?

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PETA Honors Thai Navy for Rescuing Cats From Sinking Ship

A Hero to Animals Award is on its way from PETA to the Thai Navy after sailors rescued cats from a burning, sinking ship in the Andaman Sea.

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Lebanon Welcomes First Vegan Support Center in the Middle East

The Lebanese Vegans Social Hub—the first animal rights and vegan support center in the Middle East—is now open in Beirut.

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Chained ‘Monkeys’ Protest Coconut Industry at Thai Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia

PETA “monkeys” protested outside the Thai Embassy in Indonesia to call for the end the use of monkey labor in Thailand’s coconut industry.

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Confessions of an International PETA Provocateur

PETA Asia’s Senior Vice President of International Campaigns explains why catapulting animal issues into the headlines sometimes takes equal parts dedication and humiliation.

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Photos: Chained ‘Monkeys’ Protest Thailand’s Cruel Use of Monkeys for Coconut Milk

The chained PETA “monkeys” protested outside the Thai Embassy in the Philippines.

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Have You Seen PETA’s ‘Tofu Never Caused a Pandemic’ Ads?

In case you missed it, meat is linked to infectious, deadly diseases such as COVID-19, SARS, avian flu, and swine flu.

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Spotted! Elephants on 11 PETA Billboards in South Africa Plead, ‘Leave Us in Peace’

PETA’s new campaign on billboards across South Africa takes aim at trophy hunting after a video shows an American tourist repeatedly shooting a young elephant.

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PETA Victory! El Al Israel Airlines Will Stop Shipping Appalling Hunting Trophies

After seeing video footage in which a bloodthirsty hunter repeatedly shoots a curious elephant, El Al Airlines confirmed that it would stop shipping hunting trophies.

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