News: Animals in entertainment
April 19 2016
We support Thailand’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) in their bid to confiscate the captive tigers and move them to the Research Station in Khao Prathrap Chang. This step forward will help protect tigers that ultimately belong in the wild.
April 11 2016
World Animal Protection’s Georgina Parker recently returned from Borneo – and she’s got good news to share.
April 08 2016
This unfortunate incident is a reminder that cobras are wild animals and not entertainers
March 18 2016
SeaWorld announced that it will stop breeding orcas
February 12 2016
Dart, a 12-year-old Pacific white-sided dolphin died last week following recent deaths of an 18-year-old orca and a 2-year-old beluga whale
January 28 2016
We will be working with Thomas Cook to ensure they stay true to their statements and continue to phase out elephant rides and shows.
November 25 2015
State may become first in the U.S. to ban the use of exotic wildlife for entertainment
November 10 2015
The announcement marks an important first step for the company
October 21 2015
Today Oxford University has published a study concluding that at least 4 million tourists who visit tourist attractions involving wildlife are likely to be contributing to large-scale animal welfare abuses.