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PETA Asia Targets ‘Crush’ Video Producers

Our affiliates PETA Asia and PETA US have been working hard to shut down the producers of “crush” videos and hold them criminally accountable for their vile actions. These deeply …

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‘At the Fork’ Offers Food for Thought

Change can begin at the dinner table: That’s the premise behind At the Fork, an engaging seven-part miniseries that tackles some of the most frequently raised questions and concerns …

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Who Are the Sexiest Ones of All? Vote Now!

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who are the sexiest ones of all? When it comes to the hottest vegetarian celebrities out there, it’s an impossible choice, which is why …

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Sharks: No More Fins off Their Backs Sam Cahir

Sharks: No More Fins off Their Backs

I met my first shark when I was 16 years old: a male blacktip reef shark off the coast of North Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef. As I got older, …

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National Livestock Standards Should Protect Animals, Not Farmers

PETA recently submitted comments regarding the proposed Australian Animal Welfare Standards and Guidelines – which currently fall far short of offering any meaningful protections for sheep and cattle. These …

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Vegans Do It Like They Do on the Discovery Channel

A new ad from our friends at PETA UK cheekily highlights the proven (sexual) health benefits of a plant-based diet: The video, produced by top UK creative agency Fallon …

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Order Your Vegetarian/Vegan Starter Kit Today!

PETA is excited to announce that our brand-new vegetarian/vegan starter kit is now available to help make the move to a plant-based diet even easier. Full of tips for …

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Egypt Cattle Abuse Renews Calls for an End to Australian Live Export

After more shocking footage was released of animal abuse in Australian-approved abattoirs, with cattle in Egypt as the newest victims, then–Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Joe Ludwig insisted that the …

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The Environmental Cost of Live Export

If the suffering of millions of animals on live-export ships every year isn’t a good enough reason for you to support a ban on live export, a new case …

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The Seekers’ Judith Durham Speaks Up for Mali!

The Seekers’ vocalist, Judith Durham, a jazz music legend, has joined PETA Asia’s campaign to have Mali – the lonely, ailing 39-year-old elephant who is currently imprisoned in the …

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