News: Animals in the wild
August 12 2016
With over half a million people putting pressure on 'the world's largest travel site', and a government looking to ban elephant rides, giant leaps are being made for wildlife. But more action is needed…
August 12 2016
Shubhobroto Ghosh, Wildlife Projects Manager, India discusses the abuses that these elephants must endure to be ridden by tourists.
August 10 2016
The welfare of thousands of lions is under threat from unethical tourism practices throughout Africa. On World Lion Day and each day we work to protect lions from suffering at the hands of cruel tourist attractions.
August 09 2016
The new trends to walk with lions and pet lion cubs cause these wild animals a lifetime of suffering. And by participating, tourists are inadvertently helping to fund their ongoing torture.
August 01 2016
Bear baiting is an inhumane blood “sport” for which bears needlessly endure tremendous suffering. We have a comprehensive approach to saving suffering bears and ending this cruelty for good.
July 27 2016
World Animal Protection’s Rosie Bell explains how one quick holiday snap can mean a lifetime of suffering for tigers.
July 25 2016
Report reveals hidden horror behind holiday photos with captive tigers
July 22 2016
Sea Change campaign lead Joanna Toole discusses a hugely important step that global governments have made to eliminate ghost gear and the threat it poses to animals in our oceans.
July 06 2016
In February, we told you about two tiny bear cubs found in an abandoned den in the Transylvanian forest. They’ve since been cared for by our partner sanctuary AMP.
June 28 2016
Elizabeth Hogan, U.S. Oceans and Wildlife Campaign Manager at World Animal Protection, discusses similarities between our work and themes present in the new Disney/Pixar movie Finding Dory.