The cheetah is the world's fastest land mammal. With acceleration that would leave most automobiles in the dust, a cheetah can go from 0 to 60 miles (96 kilometers) an hour in only three seconds.
Benjy, a Charlerois bull scheduled to be sent to the slaughterhouse because of his disinterest in impregnating female cows, was saved by a global campaign launched by the television producer. He quickly befriended a handsome bullock.
The Lear's Macaw is a large all-blue Brazilian parrot, a member of a large group of Neotropical parrots known as macaws. This macaw is rare with a highly restricted range and it is endangered species. Population of this species in 2010 was estimated as be
Under EU law, animals must not be conducted in a manner that causes unnecessary suffering or injury. Force feeding does.The European Commission must not and can not ignore this terrible suffering. Stop this now!
There are only about 30,000 rhinos left in the world due to poachers killing them for their horns, which are sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars each. Many of these horns are hacked off of a rhino while it is still alive.
Nearly 80 percent of NATO nations have confirmed to PETA that they do not use any animals for military medical training exercises--including Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy
He is emaciated, his legs are basically, folded in half and his spine is curved. To look at him, you would guess he'd been forced to grow up in & live in a small cage. Well, guess what, you'd be right.
For a brief moment in Pocatello, Idaho, a 1,000-pound cow was free and had escaped the clutches of death at the hands of a slaughterhouse. Unfortunately, the cow's freedom didn't last long as on Friday afternoon, as it was shot and killed by police.
"This case graphically illustrates the cruel, inhumane, and illegal abuses that farmed animals are all too often subjected to at livestock markets across the country," says ..... Feature story on today's Animal News Sentinel..
Meet the Hoverfly. This is one of the species of Hoverflys we have here at home. The flower in which the Hoverfly is working on is the Bachelor Button Flower or the Cornflower I notice in Europe (or my European friends call them the Cornflower).
A tiny Japanese pufferfish creates a grand sand sculpture on the featureless seabed by using his fins to dig furrows. He uses this to attract the attention of passing females. [from documentary by Sir David Attenborough, titled "Courtship"]
Still live about 800 000 foxes in cramped wire cages,only to die to become an unnecessary fur product.Let the politicians a clear message with your signature: No more empty words - we require empty cage and a ban against the organized mistreatment for fur
Please see link to Petition at bottom of page. Thanks. Even though the world has taken notice of the dolphin drive hunt in Japan's infamous Taiji Cove, the capture and slaughter of dolphin pods continues regardless.