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PETA Scientists Strategize Ways to Increase Use of Non-Animal Testing © iStock.com/PhotoTalk

PETA Scientists Strategize Ways to Increase Use of Non-Animal Testing

Posted on June 3, 2016 | Written by Jennifer Bates

Certain products continue to be tested on animals even when tests that don’t use live animals are available—and PETA scientists have a plan to change that.

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Number of Animals in Labs Drops 10 Percent ©iStock.com/dra_schwartz

Number of Animals in Labs Drops 10 Percent

Posted on June 3, 2016 | Written by PETA

Experimenters are getting the message that tormenting animals in laboratories is cruel and antiquated.

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Teens Suspected in Barbaric Bludgeoning Deaths of Nearly a Dozen Porcupines © iStock.com/rixonline

Teens Suspected in Barbaric Bludgeoning Deaths of Nearly a Dozen Porcupines

Posted on June 3, 2016 | Written by Danny Prater

Those who torture animals often go on to harm their fellow humans.

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100,000 People Speak Up for Pigs in Australia

100,000 People Speak Up for Pigs in Australia

Posted on June 2, 2016 | Written by PETA

A costumed “pig” delivered a petition with more than 100,000 signatures to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons demanding they stop using pigs in deadly trainings.

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Up to $22,500 Reward Offered for Help With Capture of Dog Killer

Up to $22,500 Reward Offered for Help With Capture of Dog Killer

Posted on June 1, 2016 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

Los Angeles city officials and animal-advocacy groups are joining forces to track down the man who was seen beating and killing a small dog.

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From Marius to Harambe: Zoos Teach That Wild Animals Are Expendable © iStock.com/guentergini

From Marius to Harambe: Zoos Teach That Wild Animals Are Expendable

Posted on June 1, 2016 | Written by Angela Henderson

We can no longer be surprised when captivity ends in death. Harambe is just the latest victim.

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Is This Finally the End for Thailand’s Tiger Temple? © iStock.com/NEALITPMCCLIMON

Is This Finally the End for Thailand’s Tiger Temple?

Posted on June 1, 2016 | Written by PETA

137 tigers are being seized and transferred from Thailand’s notorious Tiger Temple, where tigers are beaten, drugged and exploited for profit.

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PETA Asks Leading Medical Journal for Retraction

PETA Asks Leading Medical Journal for Retraction

Posted on June 1, 2016 | Written by Jennifer Bates

Ringling Bros. employees co-authored a paper published in a leading medical journal, and let’s just say that it has some problems.

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HSBC Pulls Ad – There’s Suffering Behind Dolphin Kisses © iStock.com/eZeePics Studio

HSBC Pulls Ad – There’s Suffering Behind Dolphin Kisses

Posted on May 31, 2016 | Written by PETA

There’s nothing cute about exploiting marine mammals.

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Gorilla Pays With His Life for Others’ Negligence © iStock.com/miroslav_1

Gorilla Pays With His Life for Others’ Negligence

Posted on May 29, 2016 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

The death of a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo exemplifies the cruelty of captivity.

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Japan’s Oldest Elephant Dies After Decades Alone © iStock.com/compassandcamera

Japan’s Oldest Elephant Dies After Decades Alone

Posted on May 27, 2016 | Written by Angela Henderson

She hadn’t seen another elephant in years.

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Goat’s Valiant Escape From Laboratory Ends in Tragedy © iStock.com/Andyworks

Goat’s Valiant Escape From Laboratory Ends in Tragedy

Posted on May 27, 2016 | Written by Dr. Alka Chandna

After a goat escapes from horrifying “acute cartilage injury” experiments at the University of Iowa, the college is cited for violating federal animal welfare law.

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The Worst-Performing Major Theme Park in North America Is …

The Worst-Performing Major Theme Park in North America Is …

Posted on May 26, 2016 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

This attendance graph looks like the trajectory of a skydiving jump.

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The Case of the Las Vegas Orangutan Beater Continues to Make History © iStock.com/luxiangjian4711

The Case of the Las Vegas Orangutan Beater Continues to Make History

Posted on May 26, 2016 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

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.

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Why Do These Cows Have Holes Drilled Into Their Sides?

Posted on May 26, 2016 | Written by Angela Henderson

This is not OK.

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