Tiger selfies exposed: new report
Our latest investigation reveals a dramatic rise in the number of tigers mistreated to fuel demand for wild animals as photo props for tourists. Take the pledge today not to visit any venue which uses tigers for entertainment and put an end to this cruelty.
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25 July 2016
World Animal Protection urges Indian tourists not to support the cruel tiger tourism industry
13 July 2016
To help ensure the safety of animals in Rio, we are partnering with the Organising Committee for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games in the run up to and during the Games.
20 June 2016
Stray dogs in India suffer repeated abuse, as communities affected by the threat of rabies continue to fear them. World Animal Protection is calling on the Government to take necessary measures for implementing the Supreme Court directive on vaccination and sterilisation – to help create better live