Animals Used for Experimentation

Victory! Yakult Honsha Ends Animal Experiments After PETA U.S. Appeal

The international food and beverage company will no longer subject animals to cruel product testing.

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If This Bill Is Passed, Animal Testing for Cosmetics Will Be Illegal in South Africa

The bill would criminalize the testing of cosmetics on animals and prohibit the sale and manufacturing of any that were tested on them.

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Thanks to PETA India, Thousands of Horses Suffering in India May Be Spared!

The Indian government announced that it would provide funding for the development of modern manufacturing methods for snake antivenoms.

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New Report Recommends Ending Routine Poisoning Test on Dogs in Japan

After hearing from PETA US scientists and other experts, a report commissioned by the Japanese Food Safety Commission recommends saying “sayonara” to many pesticide tests on beagles.

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China Embraces Learning How to Use Non-Animal Cosmetics Tests

Thanks to the Institute for In Vitro Sciences, Inc., scientists in China are moving closer to testing cosmetics in a test tube instead of on animals.

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Hundreds of Monkeys Need The Israeli Prime Minister’s Help

Despite the Israeli government pledging to assist Monkey Rescue for the surviving monkeys from Mazor Farms, they have been left without sufficient funds.

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PETA International Science Consortium Funds Research to End Horse Experiments

Every year, thousands of horses, donkeys, and mules are being used as living factories for antitoxin production. Urge the Indian government to close abusive equine facilities.

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Amazing Progress! China to Approve First Non-Animal Cosmetics Test

Chinese government officials have stated that they will soon, for the first time ever, be recognizing data from a completely non-animal test method for safety evaluations of cosmetics.

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The Netherlands Will No Longer Test on Animals!

The Dutch government is working to phase out all animal experiments!

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5 Easy Ways to Take Action for Rabbits

PETA’s logo is a bunny—and for good reason. Rabbits are exploited all over the world. Here are some ways that you can help them.

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