The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported that the facility must pay a $3.5 million penalty and stop using animals to make antibodies.
Dissection teaches students that animals are just classroom tools to be used and discarded—and disturbing video footage recorded at a San Antonio high school proves it.
Students at a Texas high school recorded videos as their classmates used a cat’s intestines as a jump rope during a dissection lesson.
When their cage door broke, 19 monkeys seized an opportunity to escape from a primate dealer.
Now that it’s illegal to conduct invasive experiments on chimpanzees, the New Iberia Research Center is sending 220 chimpanzees to a sanctuary.
Watch what happened when PETA Australia supporters dressed as pigs descended on a surgeons’ conference to protest cruel trauma training on live animals.
Scientific journals have published recommendations from a PETA International Science Consortium workshop for predicting lung toxicity with non-animal methods.
Experimenters at Harvard have been caught performing cruel surgeries on mice and rats and injecting animals with painful materials.
The Rev. Daniel Berrigan was dedicated to promoting peace, so it should come as no surprise that he was also a vocal opponent of violence against animals.
Think all students can choose not to dissect animals? You’re dead wrong. See which school districts need a refresher course in compassion.
After pressure, the Taiwanese government has promised to end the use of rabbits in classical swine fever vaccine production by as soon as the end of this year.
In a striking demonstration against animal experiments carried out by the UK government, PETA founder Ingrid Newkirk was strapped to a “torture table” and “gassed.”
April 19th, 2016 After intensive campaigning by PETA and tens of thousands of activists who sent e-mails, Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) told PETA that it is ending the …
Compassionate consumers in India will be able to shop in confidence, knowing that soaps and detergents manufactured there will not involve harming animals.
Nearly 90,000 people have signed a petition calling on the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons to stop using animals in medical training courses.