This attendance graph looks like the trajectory of a skydiving jump.
Cages and beatings are routine for ape “actors”—and that’s why we’ll never give up until every great ape is out of show business.
This is not OK.
The orcas aren’t dying from old age at SeaWorld.
A new study suggesting that insects are conscious shows why we should always err on the side of compassion.
Drs. Ingrid Visser and Denise Herzing explore the world of these deeply intellectual and social animals and explain why life in a tank will never be enough.
We’re offering up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible.
Shoppers in Bangkok came for the merchandise. They left knowing about the suffering that goes into clothing and accessories made of exotic skins.
Outside the meeting, protesters posed with life-size model ostriches. Inside, one shareholder was barred from using their voice to demand that Prada ditch exotic skins.
If you like cats the way you like your flapjacks—sweet, irresistible, and, well, “fluffy”—you’ll flip for Pancake.
The Indy 500 race will celebrate 100 years by tearing babies away from their mothers. Not because the moms are bad—it’s not personal. It’s just a business deal.
After PETA alerted them to the Chihuahua’s plight, the 16-person crew sprang into action.
This lifesaving legislation will modernize chemical toxicity testing requirements, saving thousands of animals and better protecting humans.
Two lions are dead and a man is in critical condition after a potential suicide attempt unfolds in a Chilean Zoo.
Behind the fancy costumes and fanfare, the captive-elephant entertainment industry is fueled by greed, power, and murder.