Monkeys scream out in pain in secret footage recorded at 'German lab' This harrowing lab treatment of monkeys calls for law change in the UK This harrowing lab treatment of monkeys calls for law change in the Beginning of dialog window.
Escape will cancel and close the window. Sea of Shadows - Trailer. Visual Petition. Red Waters: Faroe Islands Whale Slaughter (RT Documentary) Hornbeamwood.org. Save Our Seahorses. Bonfires ... Women on the Front Lines of Animal Advocacy. YES! Cruel and Unnecessary Electric Shock Collars for Pets to Be Banned in the UK - One Green Planet. Among dog guardians, shock collars have become a popular device for pet training.
These collars, which are placed around a dog’s neck and deliver an electric shock when the trainer presses a button, are often used to discourage undesirable behaviors like unnecessary barking. Given how normalized this training method has become, many think that shock collars are humane and unproblematic. In reality, though, these devices aren’t quite as innocent as they may seem.
For instance, one recent study revealed that shock collars can have the undesirable side effect of causing distress in canines. What’s more, according to the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), there is a chance that dogs may begin to associate being shocked with certain experiences or people rather than their own actions, potentially resulting in aggressive or fearful behavior.
The Humane Society of the United States. For many Muslim grocery shoppers, a shifting definition of 'halal' For Muslims, halal food follows certain rules proscribed by Islamic law.
It usually pertains to ritual slaughter and abstention from certain items like pork, blood and alcohol. But the interpretation of Islamic food traditions has often varied by time and place. In fact, food that was once prohibited, like caviar for Shiite Muslims, has since become accepted as halal. Why Dr. Jane Goodall Decided to Ditch Meat Nearly 50 Years Ago - One Green Planet. Dr.
Jane Goodall, a world-renowned primatologist, and ethologist, has long been an advocate for animals everywhere. From demanding justice for abused monkeys to founding the Jane Goodall Institute, an organization which has become a world leader in the conservation of wild animals and their habitats, Jane has made it her life’s work to stand up for animals. Considering her dedication to making the world a better place for all creatures, you probably won’t be surprised to learn that Jane chooses to follow a vegetarian diet. Since she began opting to leave meat off her plate almost five decades ago, Jane has spoken at length about what motivated her to make this change in hopes of inspiring others to follow suit. Listless Zoo Elephant Spends Her Days Pressing Her Head Against a Pole (VIDEO) - One Green Planet. A new video shared by One Protest features more heartbreaking footage that shows why elephants don’t belong in captivity.
Ely (the elephant) resides at the San Juan De Aragon Zoo in Mexico, and you can clearly see that something is terribly wrong. Not only does Ely look extremely bored, depressed, and is showing signs of zoochosis, there may also be more to the story. Why killing coyotes doesn’t make livestock safer. Few Americans probably know that their tax dollars paid to kill 76,859 coyotes in 2016.
The responsible agency was Wildlife Services (WS), part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Bonobo Conservation Initiative. Naturalis Biodiversity Center. We surveyed Borneo's orangutans and found 100,000 had 'disappeared' “The Big House”, home to the University of Michigan’s American football team, is one of the world’s largest stadiums.
Here’s what it looks like when packed to the brim with more than 100,000 rowdy spectators: Now, imagine replacing those people with Bornean orangutans. It’s a funny sight, isn’t it? Thousands of red-haired apes jostling in the stands. Well, scientists just learned that at least 100,000 of these orangutans have disappeared over the past 16 years. Earthlings ~ The Documentary Part 3. Chimphaven. BBC Two - Sue Perkins and the Chimp Sanctuary. Why aren't we more outraged about eating chicken? Like a B-movie for a post-Brexit era, consumers in Britain may soon be unwillingly cast in the 2019 blockbuster, Attack of the Chlorine Chickens.
If news headlines are to be believed, flocks of toxic fowl are waiting to storm Britain’s shores like mini featherless zombies as part of a US-UK trade deal. But before getting into a flap about the health risks of chlorine, we should maybe pause to consider why you would bleach a chicken in the first place. It is actually primarily to mitigate the disease risks from raising nearly 9 billion chickens in overcrowded environments with low standards of animal welfare. However the failure to frame the chickens’ welfare as anything other than a side issue poses important questions about the nature of our interactions with animals. Why are chickens so far down in the pecking order for moral concern? The Last Memory - help stop dolphins and porpoises dying in fishing gear. Donate to help stop Japanese whaling. Despite an International Court of Justice ruling and against the process of the International Whaling Commission, the Japanese fleet has returned from Antarctica having killed 333 minke whales: 155 males and 178 females.
This year no information has been released on how many of these adult females were pregnant, but there is a high probability that many were. We suspect that this information has not been released, to lessen public outrage, after it was confirmed that last year, nearly 90% of adult female whales killed were pregnant. Thanks to you, WDC has worked tirelessly – and successfully - over decades to keep the ban on commercial whaling in place. Re-home Some Hens. Home » Re-home Some Hens We find caring homes for thousands of commercial laying hens destined for slaughter each year and have hen collection points all over the country.
To find the one nearest to you just click here. Compassion in World Farming. Project Jonah New Zealand - Caring for whales, dolphins and seals. IUCN SSC – Cetacean Specialist Group. Vaquita (Phocoena sinus). Photos taken under permit (Oficio No. DR/488/08 from the Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas (CONANP/Secretaría del Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (SEMARNAT), within a natural protected area subject to special management and decreed as such by the Mexican Government.
Photo Credit: Thomas A. Jefferson. Last Updated: 10th March 2015. Vaquita Captive Breeding Statement. ©Todd Pusser/All rights reserved The issue of possible live-captures and ex-situ conservation (generally known as captive breeding) of the vaquita has recently been much talked about and debated. This results from the 2016 CIRVA report, which for the first time, recommended evaluation of the prospects and steps needed for captive breeding of the species, as part of the conservation plan.
Pan African Sanctuary Alliance. Welcome to Mutt Muffs! Low-frequency Sound and Marine Mammals: Current Knowledge and Research Needs. American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign. Injuries, abortions, trauma and death are the common results of wild horse round-ups (or “gathers,” to use a placating euphemism). Read Wild Horses the Stress of Captivity, a report by Dr.
Bruce Nock. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) claims a mortality rate of 0.5% in connection with captures. The agency is able to claim such a low mortality rate because it attributes to natural causes most injuries/deaths sustained during round-ups (e.g., Paymaster, NV, 2006: although 21 horses were euthanized on site, BLM claimed a zero mortality rate for the round-up). Few deaths are ever deemed by officials a “result” of the removal operations, and injury statistics are simply omitted. The Case for Phasing Out Experiments on Primates - Ethics of Medical Research... Cruelty Free International. "I think that they don't really like being cooked in the oven" Chicago Animal Adoptions and Pet Adoptions, Chicago Vet Clinic, Lost Dog. Do Cosmetic Companies Still Test on Live Animals? Home » PAWS. Animal Experiments. With grateful thanks to BUAV and PETA for use of the footage in this film.
Each year inside British laboratories, nearly 4 million animals are experimented on. Every 8 seconds, one animal dies. Cats, dogs, rats, mice, guinea pigs, rabbits, primates and other animals are used to test new products, to study human disease and in the development of new drugs. They are even used in warfare experiments. Animal Aid opposes animal experiments on both moral and scientific grounds. To imprison animals and deny them their freedom to express natural instincts and to deliberately inflict physical pain in the name of science is unacceptable. Read more Science Corrupted Animal Aid's latest report, Science Corrupted, reveals the shocking scale and nature of research conducted on genetically modified mice. Read more about our report in the use of GM mice in medical research Charities and Animal Testing Read more about health charities and animal testing. Factoryfarming.org. Humane Society International : Humane Society International. Iprescue. International Primate Protection League ~ IPPL.
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. WDCS - Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society.