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National Tourism Day-- Elephants Not Entertainers
On this National Tourism Day, World Animal Protection urges travel companies and individuals to adopt wildlife-friendly tourism. #NotEntertainers
Trophy hunting puts South Africa’s tourism industry in peril
Research reveals South African citizens, and international, and UK tourists want to see an end to trophy hunting.
No Pride In Elephant Ride
Jaipur Wildlife lovers come forward in support of World Animal Protection to spread awareness on #NoPrideInElephantRide
Brazil: We are helping hundreds of wild animals affected by fires in Pantanal area
This year the wildfires in Pantanal, Brazil - a globally important biome - have reached 261,000 hectares, which exceeds the historical average of 248,000...
Together with Four Paws and Humane Society International we are calling on the G20 to end wildlife trade
G20 time to lead Leaders joining the G20 summit in Rome this weekend are presented with the most practical way to address pandemic...
New film calls on G20 world leaders to end the horrors of the global wildlife trade
We have teamed up with internationally acclaimed film-maker Aaron Gekoski to demand G20 leaders commit to a global ban on the trade of wild animals
Investigation reveals Ethiopian Airlines’ role in cruel global wildlife trade
Ethiopian Airlines is shipping live wild animals around the world for luxury use as exotic pets from West Africa, posing huge biosecurity and disease risks as...
Humane treatment of captive elephants
World Animal Protection wholeheartedly welcomes the efforts of MOEF (Ministry of Environment and Forests Project Elephant journal) and all associated...
Australian crocodiles to be cruelly slaughtered on new Hermès farm
French luxury brand Hermès plans to greatly expand their farming of Australian saltwater crocodiles in the Northern Territory, if plans for an additional...
Experts warn G20 leaders that cruel wildlife trade cannot continue
Our new report exposes short fallings in G20 countries’ laws that allow the cruel exploitation of wildlife and leave the world vulnerable to future pandemics