News: Animals in the Wild
05 September 2019
Some of the world’s most iconic animals – such as jaguars, ocelots, tapirs, sloths, river dolphins, macaws, parrots, and anacondas – as well as pets, are grave risk as fires continue to blaze through the Amazon rainforest. We’re working with local authorities and rescue centres to help
28 August 2019
The Convention of International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES) has given these and other wild animals more international protection from the cruel wildlife trade
29 July 2019
Some of the world’s top zoos are abusing and forcing wild animals to endure appalling suffering as they irresponsibly and routinely exploit them for visitor entertainment.
15 July 2019
The travel giant will stop all sales by 31 July 2019, setting an amazing example which we hope other travel companies will follow
09 July 2019
The demand for traditional medicine is fuelling a boom in big cat farms in South Africa and Asia. Our research exposes the cruelty lions and tigers face
19 June 2019
With help from us and some leading travel companies, ChangChill – formerly Happy Elephant Valley – has become elephant-friendly and stopped visitors directly interacting with its elephants
07 June 2019
On World Oceans Day (8th June) we are reflecting on the incredible journey we have had in our fight against ghost gear - lost, discarded or abandoned plastic fishing gear.
23 May 2019
Wild otters are being poached from their natural habitat, confined in terrible conditions and irresponsibly bred to feed international demand
19 March 2019
The second edition of our Ghosts Beneath the Waves report shows which fishing companies are moving to protect marine animals – and why others must act now
12 August 2018
We know elephants are suffering at tourist attractions. But our new research reveals that their trainers and keepers – known as mahouts – are losing out too.