News: Animals in the wild
August 29 2018
We’ve successfully lobbied the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to protect marine animals by tagging fishing nets. This significant decision means sea animals will be less likely to be killed or entangled in lost or abandoned fishing gear.
August 27 2018
After 13 years of pain and suffering in captivity, a group of Asiatic black bears have been rescued from the horrific abuse of bear bile farming
August 08 2018
A world-leading study is underway to test the possibility of a sea sanctuary for the last captive dolphins in New South Wales, Australia.
August 07 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.
August 06 2018
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal, “Home Shark Tanks Are In. Just One Problem: Sharks Make Terrible Pets,” identified an alarming trend among luxury home owners.
July 26 2018
We’re urging Thai authorities to end captive tiger breeding for wildlife tourist attractions and the traditional medicine industry
July 11 2018
After a series of dramatic ups and downs, Nepal’s last known "dancing bear" arrived today (July 11) at a specialist sloth bear sanctuary in India. He was wrongfully placed in a substandard zoo earlier in 2018
July 10 2018
To help stop marine animals being harmed by lost fishing gear, we’re calling on the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) to ensure all fishing nets are tagged by 2025
July 06 2018
Our assistance with the confiscation of wild cats demonstrates the dangerous issues of the exotic pet trade
June 29 2018
Used for "dancing" for all of her brief life, this young female bear was destined for a life of cruelty. Thankfully, she's now in the care of the incredible staff at our partner sanctuary in Pakistan.