Torture on demand: BioXpert's contract cruelty

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The ugly truth about botox (Part II: Ipsen)

Every year hundreds of thousands of mice die worldwide in archaic tests for botulinum toxin products - commonly known as 'botox'. Each batch of botox has been tested on hundreds of mice with the controversial Lethal Dose (LD50) poisoning test. The test is called LD50 because the researchers are looking for the dose that will kill 50% of the mice...

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Stop the Hurstville rodeo

On the 23rd of September the Australian Lugarno Lions Club, with the approval of Hurstville City Council, organised a rodeo as the main attraction of their annual Spring Festival. The Australian Bushmen’s Campdraft and Rodeo Association (ABCRA) invited themselves to the party and demonstrated how to be cruel to animals during a bull-riding and saddle bronco riding event.

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'Rescued' big cats now in zoos? Free Diego, Albert and Guacho!

The Mexican Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (PROFEPA) recently seized 3 abused and neglected big cats - Diego, Albert and Guacho. This offers customers greater flexibi ity because they can fund your loan. A payday loan, borrowers must repay the company need cash advance asap ma offer you overdraft protection,994 and 4,774 and 4,126 for repeat customers who meet our affordability ch ck. It not always easy to budget for things like your car breaking down or boiler repairs. Wild Animal Sanctuary in Colorado, USA has agreed to provide a safe haven for these cats and to cover all costs of transportation, but Mexican authorities have been reluctant to cooperate.

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Stop Phoenix Air's shameful death flights

Phoenix Air Group was recently contracted by Novartis to transport a group of 23 yellow Vervets monkeys from Barbados, where they were caught in the wild, to an animal testing facility in Italy. News about the transport leaked out and the flight which was supposed to land in Rome Fiumicino on August 1, 2012 was cancelled the day before out of fear for bad press.

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The ugly truth about botox (Part I: Merz Pharma)

Every year hundreds of thousands of mice die worldwide in archaic tests for botulinum toxin products - commonly known as 'botox'. Each batch of botox has been tested on hundreds of mice with the controversial Lethal Dose (LD50) poisoning test. The test is called LD50 because the researchers are looking for the dose that will kill 50% of the mice...

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Release orca Morgan back into the wild!

Orca Morgan was found malnourished and dehydrated in the Wadden Sea, off the northwestern coast of the Netherlands on the 23rd of June, 2010. Although EU law states that captured orcas must be returned to the wild, the Dolfinarium at Harderwijk who 'rescued' her had no intention of releasing her. Morgan was sold to Loro Parque, Tenerife and now lives in a small unnatural environment away from her family.

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Florida's Hillsboro lighthouse navigates turtles to their death

Sea turtles use light as a navigation tool, instinctively moving toward light at night. Sand dunes typically obscure the night’s natural light from their view, and this instinct to follow the light allows them to then find the sea. But when artificial lights shine above the sand dunes, sea turtles can become disoriented and wander inland to their death.

Ask the US Coast Guard to take measures to save sea turtles ►

Fur farming in Ireland: time for a ban!

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney is about to decide what action, if any, to take about mink farming in Ireland. In November 2011 the Minister established a Review Group in his Department to review fur farming. Animal organizations in Ireland made detailed submissions to the Review Group, calling for fur farming to be banned.

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There's no glamour... in cruel cosmetics

Years ago, the European Parliament decided to ban all cosmetic products and ingredients tested on animals within the European Union by March 2013. Shamefully, companies like ICI PARIS XL have no intention to act with compassion before this date.

Ask ICI PARIS XL to replace all animal tested cosmetics today ►

Alone in a concrete prison: meet Morelia Zoo's polar bear

Yupi is a female polar bear who was brought to the Morelia Zoo in Mexico in 1992 when she was only 3 months old. She came from Alaska as an orphaned cub. Upon arrival at the Mexican zoo Yupi was placed in an old grizzly bear pen. This is the pen in which she still lives today... she's is now 20 years old.

Ask Morelia Zoo to retire and relocate polar bear Yupi ►

Welcome to Maxfield... and their 2012 collection

At the beginning of a campaign by Fur Free West Hollywood, celebrity-driven Maxfield agreed to remove and end the sale of all fur - like baby blankets and motor cycle helmets - from their West Hollywood store. They removed the fur, but then restocked it and actively oppose to a planned fur ban in West Hollywood by writing letters to the Mayor and other people of importance.

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Out of the zoo... into a sanctuary!

For most of the year, Bamboo, Chai, and Watoto live 16 to 17 hours a day in a small, barren barn room. When they finally get outdoors they only have a fraction of an acre. The Elephant Sanctuary in Hohenwald, Tennessee already agreed to take the elephants in for free, so they can enjoy 2.700 acres of hills, fields, forests, and a 25 acre lake.

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Incredible India? Incredible cruelty!

Jallikattu, or Manju Virattu, takes place in Palamedu and Alanganallur, two villages near the temple town of Madurai in Tamil Nadu, India and is a cruel contact game in which terrified bulls are surrounded by hundreds of shouting men, are hit with fists, have their tails twisted and pulled - or even snapped and broken – and are jumped on and wrestled to the ground.

Ask the Indian Tourism Minister to enforce the ban on Jallikattu ►

Ask the city of Vernon to ban body gripping traps

Trapping animals for fur using leg-hold, Conibear and snare traps are still a very real danger for fur-bearing animals in Canada. But also playing children as well as pets are at risk to get injured (or worse). One activist has decided not to accept this any longer. Traveling from city to city Gina meets up with city councils to ask them to ban these cruel trapping practises.

Help one activists' fight for fur-bearing animals in Canada ►

Help end duck shooting in Australia

The beautiful wetlands of South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria should be safe havens for wildlife; instead every year in Autumn and early Winter they become killing fields. At this moment the lives of hundreds of thousands of native waterbirds are under threat. Tasmania and Victoria have already confirmed that they will permit a duck hunting season in 2012 and South Australia will also soon decide.

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Ask Air France-KLM to stop primate shipments for vivisection

Every year tens of thousands of primates are transported by air around the world for the international research industry. Some are trapped in the wild while others are bred in captivity usually in large-scale facilities. They are ripped from their family groups, packed into small wooden crates and travel as cargo, predominantly on passenger air flights, on extremely long journeys to research laboratories around the world.

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Close down the world's last circuses with dolphins

Indonesia is home to the world’s last remaining traveling dolphin circuses. Over 72 dolphins are kept in the most appalling of conditions to perform for audiences across the island of Java. The animals are frequently hauled out of their plastic pools and loaded into trucks along with other animals as the circuses move from town to town. Many of the dolphins die due to stress and lack of proper care during transportation.

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