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Behind the Scenes: Animals Used in Hollywood Are Confined and Virtually Starved

Cruella, Lady and the Tramp, Where the Crawdads Sing, and Strays all have one thing in common – find out what in PETA’s exposé of Atlanta Film Animals.

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Africa Union Bans Donkey Slaughter for Ejiao

Take action now to demand that Australia prohibit the export of all live donkeys to China.

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Update From Fremantle: 10 Days of Rest but No Reprieve

Near Fremantle Harbour, PETA’s latest billboard reminds passersby that “sheep can’t fight for sheep’s rights”.

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‘Bluey’ Receives Bug Bestie Award! © Ludo Studio

‘Bluey’ Receives Bug Bestie Award!

‘Bluey’ wins a Bug Bestie Award from PETA Kids in honour of the compassion Bingo and Lila show insects.

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Will the Bureau of Meteorology Name Heatwaves and Bushfires After Climate-Heating Meat, Eggs, and Dairy?

A moniker like “Heatwave Beef” would help remind people that using animals for food is one of the biggest drivers of the climate catastrophe.

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PETA and NZAVS Work to Ban the Cruel Forced Swim Test in Aotearoa and Beyond

PETA entity scientists and local animal defenders took on the cruel forced swim test in New Zealand – and won. Read all about their life-saving work.

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Crocodiles Skinned Alive for Bags, Shoes, and Belts

Footage from PETA Asia shows crocodiles moving as their skin is torn off for bags, shoes, belts, and other accessories sold around the world.

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Is Sea World in Australia As Cruel As SeaWorld in the US?

They have the same name (almost), they both keep animals in cramped and unnatural enclosures, and they both force dolphins to participate in shows and breeding programmes.

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Progress! A New Policy Could Eliminate the Use of the Forced Swim Test in Australia

While NHMRC stopped short of implementing a full ban, its new requirements will significantly reduce, if not eliminate, the use of the forced swim test in Australia.

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Go Vegan or the Penguin Gets It: Avian Flu in Antarctica Should Concern Us All

PETA’s billboard on Old Windsor Road in Sydney is reminding Australians that an appetite for chicken flesh drives the growth of filthy, crowded industrial poultry farms, which act as …

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Tell Woolies to Stop Supporting Monkey Abuse in the Thai Coconut Industry

Woolworths is still refusing to do the right thing by moving its coconut milk supply chain out of Thailand.

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