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27 February 2018

Twelve monkeys rescued by female Buddhist monk receive enormous new homes so they can all live like one big family

An act of compassion ensured these monkeys survived the cruelty of poachers, now animal lovers are giving them the best possible life.


26 February 2018

Hero vets save rescued bear suffering from life-threatening spinal injury

When moon bear Mandela’s spinal cord collapsed, his carers thought he wouldn’t survive, but dedicated vets have been able to get him back on his feet.


23 February 2018

5 shocking examples of animal abuse available right now on TripAdvisor

Forget the dark web, if you want to eat a vulnerable species, cuddle captured wild animals or pose with a drugged tiger, just jump on TripAdvisor.


21 February 2018

TAKE ACTION: TripAdvisor’s animal welfare policy is failing and animals are suffering

The public can’t be expected to be experts. TripAdvisor – just like any other travel agent – must be responsible for the content on its own site.


20 February 2018

PETITION: TripAdvisor continues to facilitate animal cruelty despite ticket sales ban

The world’s largest travel site contradicts its own ethics by continuing to allow facilities which exploit animals to promote on their platform –demand it stops now.


16 February 2018

World Pangolin Day: natural recyclers, keepers of the soil – and the world’s most trafficked animal

Many people have never heard of this unique mammal which contributes so much to forest ecosystems, and they may soon be lost forever.


13 February 2018

China’s dog meat restaurants on the back foot as public clamour to report illegality

A new Animals Asia initiative allows the public to report dog meat restaurant illegality online, with hundreds of reports flooding in over the first 10 days.


09 February 2018

Chimpanzees on film: that’s not a smile, it’s a grimace

How decades of exploitation in movies has misled the public to think primates make great entertainers – in reality they are endangered wild animals.