Category: Animal Experimentation
A new PETA study exposes the worst five violators of animal welfare guidelines among the top publicly funded university laboratories.
Animal rescues, evil robots, rad rabbits, and more: PETA’s new action-packed game, Bunny Raiders, is available on PS4 and PS5 and free to play now.
PETA’s Undercover Video Shows Dogs Force-Fed OxyContin, the Drug Featured in the Netflix Hit ‘Painkiller’
Matthew Broderick and Uzo Aduba expose human opioid addiction in the U.S., while PETA exposes opioid testing on beagles.
Why is the world’s largest producer of MSG bankrolling dairy experiments at the University of Illinois?
There’s an increased risk of a tuberculosis outbreak among monkeys destined for laboratory experimentation worldwide, so PETA is pressing the World Health Organization to take action immediately.
Primate scientists, including PETA’s, have coauthored a new article in the “American Journal of Primatology” showing how the laboratory experimentation industry is emptying the world’s forests of monkeys.
What is meat glue? If chicken nuggets or cheese are still on your menu, finding out may make you change your ways.
It can be heartbreaking and dangerous, but it saves thousands of lives. Hear PETA Vice President Daniel Paden explain the work of our undercover investigation team.
The Indian Space Research Organisation is showing how everyone can switch to animal-free testing lunar than later—check it out!
A push from PETA sunk the U.S. Navy’s deadly and pointless decompression tests on sheep—so why is the military branch still tormenting other animals?
Saving animals in laboratories one presentation at a time. Here’s the groundbreaking research PETA scientists are presenting at a premier international conference in Niagara Falls.
PETA’s investigation into a fraudulent Colombian operation prompted federal legislation in the U.S.—and NIH defunding. So why is Harvard still backing it?
Take our quiz celebrating PETA’s 43rd birthday and find out how you can help make our next landmark victory possible.
Universidad del Valle is the first college in Latin America to join universities in the U.K. and Australia by taking this groundbreaking action.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation into monkey dealer Inotiv under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
“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