Animals Used for Food

WHO’s New Live-Animal Market Call to Action: Too Little, Too Late?

WHO has announced it recommends suspending sales of live wild mammals at food markets. Find out why it must to do far more, and now.

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6 Things You’ll Learn From Netflix’s ‘Seaspiracy’

The makers of “Cowspiracy” have returned to expose the fishing industry. Here’s what you’ll learn from “Seaspiracy” and how you can help fish.

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Why Did This Angry ‘Monkey’ Dump a Pile of Coconuts at the Thai Embassy in Seoul?

Did you know that monkeys in Thailand are forced to pick the coconuts used in many coconut milk products?

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Victory! No Animals Beheaded, Eaten Alive in Marine Survival Training

During Cobra Gold, participants were recorded reveling in the ritualistic killing and consumption of animals.

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PETA’s Dancing ‘Cows’ Celebrate Chinese New Year

PETA’s dancing “cows” took to Chinatown in the Philippines and Indonesia to encourage people to make it a compassionate and happy new year for everyone.

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Minke Whale Trapped in Nets for 19 Days, Killed by Fishers in Japan

PETA joins every other animal protection group and every decent person on the planet in decrying such ignorant, sadistic treatment.

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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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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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‘We Are Not Cargo’: Sheep in South Africa Speak Out Against Live Export

PETA has placed new anti–live export billboards across South Africa—including near the country’s livestock export harbor.

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5800 Cows Lost at Sea After Live Export Ship Capsizes During Typhoon Maysa Bear Witness Australia

5800 Cows Lost at Sea After Live Export Ship Capsizes During Typhoon Maysa

This isn’t the first time animals and humans have suffered for the live-export industry – and it will almost certainly not be the last.

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