Animals

Mexico City Bans Use of Wild Animals in Circus Acts

by Lindsey Little

On Monday, Mexico City voted to ban the use of animals in circuses. They have one year to remove animals from their acts or face fines of $45,000 – $60,000.

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Cargill Announces Eliminatination of Gestation Crates

by Joan Reddy

Minnesota-based agricultural giant Cargill has announced that it will give pigs room to turn around by eliminating the use of gestation crates. Cargill, which is the largest private corporation in

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James Cameron-Funded Eco School to Go Vegan

by Amanda Just

Director James Cameron and his wife back an environmentally-focused school in California, which is now going plant-based!

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John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Adopt Three-Legged Pup

by Allyson Koerner

The married couple welcome abused French bulldog into their home and call her “a little light of energy.”

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U.S. Wildlife Services Kills Millions of Animals Per Year

by Joan Reddy

The United States Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services program kills millions of animals a year because they are either considered a nuisance or are killed accidentally. Some of the animals

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Virgin Stakeholder Meeting Tackles Cetaceans in Tourism

by Lindsey Little

Virgin Holidays and Virgin Unite held a stakeholder meeting in Miami to discuss the complexities of captive cetaceans in tourism.

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Sunder the Elephant Has Arrived At His New Home

by Joan Reddy

After years of being chained and violently beaten, the fourteen-year-old elephant Sunder is finally safe in his new home at the Bannerghatta Biological Park in Bangalore, India. For six years, Sunder

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