Animals

Help Support the National Museum of Animals and Society

by Brianne Hogan

L.A.’s National Museum of Animals and Society is aiming to move to a larger space in 2015 and it needs your support to help make it happen. The museum is

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Thandie Newton Named PETA’s Sexiest Vegan

by Brianne Hogan

Actress Thandie Newton is the Sexiest Vegan of 2014, according to the U.K. branch of PETA. The BAFTA winner was awarded the distinction in honour of her efforts to promote

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Large Carnivores and Humans Can Coexist Peacefully, New Research Suggests

by Anthony Marcusa

Fear not those living abreast of forests and woodlands and parts unknown. New comprehensive research suggests that there is no conflict between large carnivores and human populations – as such

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Just Released: The 2015 Hot Guys Rescue Pets Calendar

by Brianne Hogan

Just in time for the holiday season comes probably the best calendar of the new year: the 2015 NYC Rescue Man Calendar featuring hot guys and their adorable rescue pets.

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2014 Was The Worst Year for Rhino Deaths in South Africa

by Brianne Hogan

As the year comes to a close, South Africa has set a new record when it comes to rhino slayings by the hands of poachers. What’s even more startling about the

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New York Mayor de Blasio is PETA’s Person of the Year

by Brianne Hogan

Congratulations are in order for New York Mayor Bill de Blasio. On Thursday, PETA named him its 2014 Person of the Year. The group honored the new mayor for his

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Aerial Drones Cause Dramatic Fall in Rhino Poaching

by Anthony Marcusa

Rhinoceros populations have a new ally, as deployments of drones in South Africa have proven to cause a drastic reduction in poaching, according to a new report. The Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park in

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