What should you do if you see a primate housed alone? How do you know if an animal’s hair loss is natural or from a lack of care? PETA’s got you covered with this short guide to identifying red flags you may see at roadside zoos.
A swim with manatees isn’t sustainable ecotourism—it’s an industry that harms them every day of the year. Learn why you shouldn’t hit the water with these sentient beings.
After being kept in a barren tank for 21 years, Nakai died at SeaWorld without ever swimming in the ocean. His body tells us what life was really like there.
Power to the people! Learn what makes North Carolina’s agribusiness industry so ugly: The state tried to PUNISH truth-tellers.
Learn how the USDA may strengthen its regulations for the care of wild animals.
Open wounds, dry water bowls, piles of feces, and major surgeries without proper anesthesia: The animals at Craig Kokas’ breeding facility need urgent intervention.
Praxis put a fresh coat of paint on Miami to raise awareness of the dolphins held prisoner at the Miami Seaquarium, who were starved to the point of emaciation.
Anderson & Girls Orchards has had more than enough chances to clean up its act. Now we’re calling on the USDA to step in and revoke its exhibitor license.
The new plate design reads, “Respect All Animals” and “Reject Speciesism.” Get yours today!
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind