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31 October 2017

Why wild animals can never humanely be used as photo props

Social media is fuelling global demand for wild animal selfies, but behind the holiday snaps is a lifetime of suffering for the animals and personal danger for the tourists.

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30 October 2017

The lost bear whose photo saved 33 others and could rescue 1,000 more

We’ll never know what became of him, but because of a bear called Samaritan, 33 others are now safe - his image was the beginning of the end for bear bile farming in Vietnam.

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27 October 2017

5 ways YOU can help end cruel exploitation for this sun bear family

Sun bear Ajib and her young cub Marsha are being forced to hug and pose for photos with tourists in Indonesia – here’s how we end it.

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26 October 2017

SIGN & SHARE: Act now to end cruel selfie duty for innocent sun bear family

Instead of bonding with each other as mother and child, sun bear Ajib and her cub Marsha are forced to pose for selfies with Western tourists – YOU can help end it.

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25 October 2017

Gucci's ban on fur shows designers don’t set the trends – we do

The fashion giant’s decision to end their association with fur is good news, but other brands have already shown us the real future of fashion.

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24 October 2017

Animals Asia Ambassador lauded with honorary doctorate for dedication to animal welfare

Acclaimed British actor Peter Egan has been awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Winchester for his “life-changing” work on animal welfare.

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23 October 2017

Moon bear bought to dance in a circus thrives in new life

After a lifetime of being locked up, rescued moon bear Bao Lam savours chance to play, eat delicious treats and even sleep in peace as she makes up for lost years.

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20 October 2017

One year on, the strongest condemnation of UNESCO’s cruel monkey circus is their own

A year after being alerted to animal abuse at a UNESCO-accredited facility, the UN agency has failed to end the cruelty and finally broke its silence to deny responsibility.

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