Wildlife

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, …

Read More
Monkey Business at Monash University Rommel Manuel

Monkey Business at Monash University

Universities go to great lengths to woo prospective students, rightfully showing off the best that their facilities have to offer. But you can bet that there’s one thing that …

Read More

Update: VICTORY! Mackenzie’s Home Timber and Hardware Drops Cruel Glue Traps!

Following a campaign by PETA Australia, which included letters and calls from activists, Mackenzie’s Home Timber and Hardware has followed the lead of its parent company, Danks, and stopped …

Read More

PETA Asks United Airlines to Ban Monkey Cruelty

UPDATE: VICTORY! United Airlines has banned the transport of primates to laboratories. The decision follows a year-long campaign by our affiliate PETA US. Air France and China Southern Airlines …

Read More

Pig Dogging – the Bloody Truth

The Australian current affairs show 7.30 recently exposed the dreadful world of “pig dogging” to the nation. But this sickening pastime is nothing new―it has been happening in the …

Read More