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These ostriches want their skin back. PETA’s life-size “ostriches” stood outside Manila’s Hermès store in protest of the use of ostrich leather.
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PETA reflects on Mark Berman’s three decades of winning victories for captive marine mammals.
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Each month, PETA puts your donations to use helping hundreds of individual animals in need. Meet a few of them and hear their stories.
The group that established the Peter Singer Prize chose its namesake as the first recipient. After Singer, they chose Ingrid Newkirk.
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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.
Join PETA’s First Responders team and help save animals with just one word—or even one letter. All you need is a mobile phone.
In 1906, the Bronx Zoo put a pygmy named Ota Benga in a cage. It ended as badly as you would imagine.
Let your friends know if their household products were tested on animals or not. Slap on a sticker and take the guesswork out of it for them!
Can you imagine spending your entire life trapped on a chain? Your loose change can make a big change for dogs who are tethered 24/7!
Now’s your chance to find out.