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Elephants at Amer Fort in Rajasthan, India, are often controlled with bullhooks which cause wounds and scarring. They carry heavy seats for tourists to sit on, which aggravates injuries and causes them severe muscle strain. Yet they are forced to give rides hour after hour. There is no pride in elephant rides.
Thousands of wild animals are poached every day, farmed or sold into the global multi-billion-dollar trade – for food, pets, traditional medicine, and entertainment. Horrific conditions cause unimaginable suffering for every single animal involved. Unfortunately, they also create a hotbed of zoonotic diseases like COVID-19.
Sign up to end cruelty in the urban and peri-urban dairies in India. Animals have a right to live free from pain and suffering. Unfortunately, an estimated 50 million dairy animals suffer every day in India. A significant number of these suffer the worst cruelty as they live in unacceptable conditions in these urban and peri-urban dairies.
World Animal Protection has revealed over 200 species of wild animals sourced from the Amazon rainforest are being illegally sold in shocking conditions at urban markets in Iquitos, Peru. There are serious concerns for animal welfare, species’ conservation and the health of communities that rely on this market for their living.