Wildlife

PETA Rescues Odd the Monkey From Thailand’s Abusive Coconut Industry

Thanks to PETA, Odd the monkey can finally enjoy a normal life—away from Thailand’s cruel coconut industry!

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Progress! South Africa to Stop Breeding Lions for Hunting and Cub Petting

South Africa has announced plans to stop breeding lions for hunting and cub petting. However, the hunting of lions raised in their natural habitat will still be permitted.

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Why Eating Meat Is Killing Koalas

Australia is one of the world’s worst deforestation hotspots, largely because of land cleared for animals who are then exported to the Middle East for meat.

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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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Training or Animal Abuse? Military Personnel Behead Cobras, Drink Their Blood

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

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L’Oréal Group Just Banned Animal-Hair Brushes!

Huge news! L’Oréal Group—the world’s largest cosmetics and beauty company—has banned brushes made with hair taken from animals.

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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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A Spa in Egypt Is Offering “Snake Massages”, but They’re a Cruel Gimmick

It may seem like a wacky yet harmless practice, but using snakes for a massage parlor gimmick isn’t holistic healing—it’s cruelty.

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Victory! Animals Spared Deadly Tests in Taiwan After PETA Appeal

This landmark move, which will spare countless animals’ lives, follows PETA’s recommendation that the agency accept animal-free test methods.

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PETA Puts Louis Vuitton on Blast—Using Animal Skins Is Not Humane

No matter how animals are killed, there is no humane way to exploit them for their skins.

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