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Attack of the Killer Meat, Take 256

Attack of the Killer Meat, Take 256

Posted on August 28, 2008 | Written by PETA

Whoever said having just one hamburger can’t kill you obviously never considered the danger of microscopic spores—you know, those barely visible foreign pollutants that are all over animal products, …

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Worst American People

Worst American People

Posted on August 28, 2008 | Written by PETA

americanelephant / CC It’s called “adding insult to injury.” A few weeks ago, we told you about an awful thing that happened on a new TV show called Greatest …

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What Did We Say About Payback?

What Did We Say About Payback?

Posted on August 28, 2008 | Written by PETA

From the category of “When Animals Fight Back!” comes a news story from Venezuela: A 29-year-old student zookeeper was strangled by a 10-foot python. It seems that the intern …

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10% Wool, by Jeff Corriveau

10% Wool, by Jeff Corriveau

Posted on August 28, 2008 | Written by PETA

Nice one! Click for a larger version To check out the archives of past strips, click here.

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Scale Back Cruelty, San Diego

Scale Back Cruelty, San Diego

Posted on August 27, 2008 | Written by PETA

San Diego recently got a special treat—in the form of three fishy PETA activists. The three ladies, wearing silver body-paint and little else, posed under a net just blocks …

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PETA Presents the ‘Hairy PETA’ Series

PETA Presents the ‘Hairy PETA’ Series

Posted on August 27, 2008 | Written by PETA

If I were to say “Hari Puttar,” what is the first thing that would come to mind? If you said “Harry Potter,” you’d be wrong, according to Mumbai-based studio, …

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No More Monkey Business for Anjelica Huston © StarMaxInc.com

No More Monkey Business for Anjelica Huston

Posted on August 27, 2008 | Written by PETA

Anjelica told us how she grew so passionate about this issue, and why the abuse of great apes will never happen on her set.

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Aussie Lambs’ Backsides Get a Break?

Aussie Lambs’ Backsides Get a Break?

Posted on August 26, 2008 | Written by PETA

directnews / CC Regular readers know that mulesing is a process whereby sheep farmers in Australia turn lambs upside-down and cut off the skin and flesh on their rumps …

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One Thing to Do Before You Die

One Thing to Do Before You Die

Posted on August 26, 2008 | Written by PETA

images-amazon / CC Did you hear? Dave Freeman, the author of 100 Things to Do Before You Die, has died, just like that, at 47! He fell and hit …

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Ride-Around Pigs at DNC Say, ‘Tax Meat!’

Ride-Around Pigs at DNC Say, ‘Tax Meat!’

Posted on August 26, 2008 | Written by PETA

Now that the Olympics are over, it’s impossible to turn on the TV or open the newspaper without seeing something about the Democratic National Convention. What’s going to happen, …

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Walking With … Whales?

Walking With … Whales?

Posted on August 25, 2008 | Written by PETA

OK, ever since we mentioned our proposal to take over a SeaWorld and turn it into a virtual-reality marine-mammal theme park, some people have been a bit, well, skeptical. …

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The Latest Soul Food?

The Latest Soul Food?

Posted on August 25, 2008 | Written by PETA

People of all different backgrounds, ethnicities, races, and religions have discovered that vegetarian food tastes delicious and is good for our bodies, the environment, animals, and … yes, our …

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Who’s Teaching the Morals, Here?

Who’s Teaching the Morals, Here?

Posted on August 25, 2008 | Written by PETA

vannattabros / CC I’m having a hard time typing this with a straight face, but scientists at the University of Vienna have recently released a study claiming that, in …

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Court Martial for Army Pig Shooters?

Court Martial for Army Pig Shooters?

Posted on August 22, 2008 | Written by PETA

wannaveg / CC Last month, PETA broke the news about barbaric U.S. Army trauma training exercises that were being conducted at a base camp in Hawaii, in which pigs …

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Internet Soup!

Internet Soup!

Posted on August 22, 2008 | Written by PETA

Some blogs are just too cool for a cohesive theme. Internet Soup is a perfect example of that. Here are all the bits and pieces we’ve been meaning to …

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