News: Animals in the wild
22 May 2018
Across the world, and throughout Asia, wild animals are being taken from the wild, or bred in captivity, to be used in the tourism entertainment industry. They will suffer at every stage of this cruel process and throughout their lives in captivity.
26 April 2018
. Nick Stewart, Head of Wildlife in Entertainment at World Animal Protection says:
“TripAdvisor’s new animal welfare policy is a step forward, but it creates significant loopholes and falls well short of what it’s intended to do: protect wild animals.
26 April 2018
Nick Stewart, Head of Wildlife in Entertainment at World Animal Protection says:
“TripAdvisor’s new animal welfare policy is a step forward, but it creates significant loopholes and falls well short of what it’s intended to do: protect wild animals".
18 December 2017
World Animal Protection asks the Indian government to ban elephant rides
05 December 2017
Our Wildlife Selfie Code campaign has successfully influenced one of the biggest social media sites to educate its users around the suffering wildlife selfies can cause to animals.
21 November 2017
The seals, Higgins and Orchard, were released back into their ocean home at Head Beach in Phippsburg, Maine on Sunday, October 8.
20 June 2017
World Animal Protection is shocked at the video of a lactating elephant forced to haul logs in Assam. The cruel practice of using elephants unfortunately continues despite modern technology.
06 January 2017
The New Year is a time to make changes, but resolutions can be very difficult to stick to. Whether or not you've kept to your commitments so far, it's never too late to help move the world for animals
05 January 2017
Over the year we protected wildlife, farm animals, pets, and more, thanks to our amazing supporters.
16 November 2016
World Animal Protection writes to the Chief Minister of Bihar urging him to ensure illegal trade of elephants during the Sonepur fair is stopped.