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.
Animals in Entertainment
Urge LSU officials to make Mike VI the last of the school’s live mascots.
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.
These horses are just two of an estimated 24 who experience fatal breakdowns at tracks across the country every week. You can help stop this!
Please urge the San Antonio Bowl Association to stop supporting SeaWorld until the orcas are safely transitioned to seaside sanctuaries.
Witnesses are reporting that Nosey the elephant snapped and bit a handler.
After years of efforts by animal advocates, bulls will no longer be chased and stabbed to death in the Toro de la Vega “festival.”
A horrific annual “festival” in which men on foot and horseback pursue and stab a terrified young bull to death, has just effectively been banned!
PETA reflects on Mark Berman’s three decades of winning victories for captive marine mammals.
When zoos, circuses, and other animal exhibitors flout the law, we take action.
Church in the Son in Orlando, Florida has now vowed not to use live animals again!
The Wilmington Blue Rocks, a minor league baseball team, are hosting cruel “monkey rodeo” events this summer. Please urge them to cancel these events!
This isn’t an isolated incident.
Bucky is near the end of his life and has spent most of it entertaining humans.