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The New York Times described this time as 'A Humane Revolution'.
Chances are, you’ve inadvertently caused harm on a trip too. Maybe you’ve ridden an elephant trained to serve tourists, or bought sweat-shop trinkets made from sea shells plucked from the reef. But I don’t think you’re a bad person because of it.
The charges follow an exclusive ABC investigation into Australia's greyhound exports last year.
Palm oil monoculture is palming off orangutans in record numbers. Today, less than 70,000 orangutans exist in small wild pockets in the rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra. Populations are patchy and lack diversity, with conversion of land for palm oil plantation believed to be the species' biggest threat.
Dozens of tigers have been taken away from the popular Buddhist temple.
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I have nothing but sympathy for the poor mother, so I was stunned to read comment after comment on Facebook condemning her for not keeping her son safe. What?
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Regardless of how you feel about whether zoos should exist, they do, and a large part of their income comes from families with children. Instead of blaming parents or zookeepers, what about coming up with a solution?
Cage egg sales have risen by 3.5 percent in major Australian supermarkets, new data shows. The 2014-15 statistics from scan data researcher IRI International also claim that sales of cage eggs still r...
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Tens of thousands of people around the world are calling for an end to elephant-riding in Cambodia after one of the animals collapsed and died while ferrying tourists at the iconic Angkor Wat temple c...
If you take selfies with animals -- be they dolphin "kisses", elephant rides or shark wrestles -- you've got a lot to learn. Clearly, people wanting these sorts of photos are narcissistic so they probably don't give a toss, but, in some cases, this lack of empathy can be lethal.
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Only in Australia would a dag-ridden sheep fleece be displayed in our national museum. Yet a joint exhibition between the RSPCA ACT and the National Museum of Australia is proudly showcasing the rathe...
Anita Loughran is winning at life. Not only has the Melbourne entrepreneur established her dream busine , but along the way she’s rescued 14 homele cats and kittens from an uncertain fate, and every...
Australian photographer Alex Cearns is our nation's most awarded animal photographer. But besides capturing images of animals in a myriad of locations, she is most pa ionate about photographing their...