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Exposés and Undercover Investigations
PETA entities' undercover investigations expose animal abuse in laboratories, farms and slaughterhouses, the clothing industry, the pet trade, and more.
The filth, despair, and abuse that PETA Asia’s investigator documented should persuade anyone to adopt, not buy, animals.
Animals living in their own filth. Years of apparently illegal experiments on monkeys. A PETA investigation has unearthed shocking evidence about Colombian organizations awarded millions in NIH contracts.
Did These Feathers Fill Your Jackets? PETA Exposes Gruesome Slaughter Connected to Global Down Supplier
A new investigation takes you inside a slaughterhouse where geese and ducks are killed for down.
A PETA Asia investigation reveals ducks’ agonizing deaths to make Responsible Down Standard–certified down for suppliers of GAP Inc., Guess, H&M, and others.
Despite claims to the contrary, monkeys are still being captured, chained, caged, and forced to pick coconuts to fill cans of Thai coconut milk stocked on grocery store shelves. Help stop this!
Tourists who pay to go for a ride are keeping these operations in business. If you’re planning to visit Egypt, please never ride an animal.
PETA Asia’s new undercover investigation warns Bali tourists about a deadly cup of coffee that may be brewing the next pandemic.
Elephants are beaten, bullied, and chained at Ayutthaya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Thailand.
An investigation by PETA Asia reveals that terrified geese are held down and decapitated with an axe for “Responsible Down Standard”–certified down. Does this look “responsible” to you?
From June 2021 through April 2022, a team of PETA operatives investigated unregulated Quarter Horse racing in Georgia, primarily at the largest Georgia “bush track,” Rancho El Centenario (south of Atlanta).
Yellowstone Bear World workers tore infant bear cubs away from their mothers and shuttled them through bottle-feeding encounters with about a dozen strangers every day. See what PETA’s investigator uncovered.
During four months working undercover at Austin Aquarium, a PETA investigator learned that at least 11 staffers had been bitten—or described being bitten—by exotic animals.
An insider reports that injured chicks were left to suffer at Wayne Farms. Find out how to help the billions of animals killed for food in the U.S. each year.
PETA’s investigator picked up a smashed egg with a tiny bird’s body inside it, and the head rolled out onto the table. Read the investigator’s harrowing firsthand account now.
“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