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Lions are exploited for financial gain around the world; discover what World Animal Protection is doing to put a stop to the commercial breeding industry.
World Animal Protection blog profile - Gilbert Sape discusses the use of wildlife in traditional medicine, witnessing the suffering of animals in captivity
World Animal Protection blog profile - Emma Slawinski (Change for Chickens) campaigns to transform the lives of billions of factory-farmed animals globally
Would a real responsible traveller have captive wildlife entertainment on their wish list?
Find out how we work with the food industry to improve farm animal welfare and keep animals in an environment where they can benefit from a life worth living
As demand for meat and dairy grows around the world, the global trade in destructive crops to feed factory farmed animals spells misery for farmed and wild animals alike.
Many people offering wildlife selfies in the Amazon search treetops for sloths to steal. Don’t be part of this ugly picture: make sure your wildlife selfies are cruelty-free.
On World Elephant Day, August 12th, our team in the Netherlands is launching the first ever 3D-printed petition
29 May: Happy Elephant Care Valley, in Chiang Mai, Thailand is about to embark on a landmark agreement...