Powerful eruptions at a volcano in southern Japan spewed ash thousands of metres into the air Wednesday, as authorities warned locals not to approach the mountain.
Please see the following statement from PETA President Ingrid Newkirk: The new finding that Cecil—the lion who was selfishly and ineptly hunted down by Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer—suffered in... The post PETA Statement: Lion-Killer Dentist Caused Animal to Suffer for Up to 12 Hours appeared first on PETA.
A scientific team has discovered the geological footprint of earthquakes and tsunamis that affected the Aysén region (southern Chile) up to 9,000 years ago. This new study improves the assessment of seismic hazard in a wide area of the American continent prone to large earthquakes.
This experiment reads like a joke. But it wasn't funny to the monkeys. The post Monkeys Denied Water in Ridiculous Experiment That You Paid For appeared first on PETA.
In a first-of-its-kind lawsuit, a bettor is alleging that a horse trainer and owner have violated state and federal racketeering laws and engaged in fraud by illegally doping a... The post First Ever: Bettor Sues Harness Racing Trainer for Doping, Racketeering, Fraud appeared first on PETA.
Solar powered 3-D printers designed to repurpose ubiquitous plastic rubbish and help improve access to clean water supply have been successfully trialled in the Solomon Islands.
BREAKING: In a first-of-its-kind lawsuit, a bettor is suing a horse's trainer and owner after a doping scandal. The post First-Ever: Bettor Sues Horse Trainer for Racketeering, Fraud, Doping appeared first on PETA.
A new study has, for the first time, cut a clear path through a nettlesome problem: accurately measuring a powerful effect on global sea level that lingers from the last ice age.
Eyewitness video footage proves that animals at the roadside zoo continue to languish in filthy, ramshackle cages. PETA is stepping in, and you can, too. The post Repeat Offender: Deer Haven Mini Zoo Cited Again After PETA Alerted Feds appeared first on PETA.
Designing climate experiments is all but impossible in the real world. We can't, for instance, study the effects of clouds by taking away all the clouds for a set period of time and seeing what happens.
We just sued the agency to force it to reveal its criteria for the frequency of laboratory inspections. Meanwhile, it may allow industry-friendly groups to conduct them. The post Tell the USDA: Do Your Job to Protect Animals in Labs! appeared first on PETA.
Mayor Hannah Anderson, a fifth-generation resident, remembers the thrill of sledding down from the sand dunes above Weko Beach right onto frigid Lake Michigan with her friends on winter days in the 1950s.
As a nor’easter is forecast to affect New York City, animals are at risk and can suffer from deadly frostbite and exposure, become dehydrated when water sources ice over, and... The post Urgent Message From PETA: Nor’easter Survival Tips for Animals in the Greater New York City Area appeared first on PETA.
The global warming process may be even more intense than originally forecast unless deforestation can be halted, especially in the tropical regions. This warning has been published in Nature Communications by an international group of scientists. Show More Summary
Researchers at KAUST, with colleagues in Italy and Greece, have analyzed the bacterial content of the soil formed behind the receding Midtre Lovénbreen Arctic glacier in the island of Svalbard, Norway, one of the world's northernmost inhabited areas.
Last Monday, a good Samaritan spotted a small, brown-and-white Jack/Parson Russell terrier mix on the side of the road in Oaklawn near Wichita. The dog’s eyes had been glued... The post Reward of Up to $5,000 Offered for Help Nabbing Dog Abuser appeared first on PETA.
The limited availability of ammonia (NH3) measurements is currently a barrier to understanding the vital role of NH3 in secondary aerosol formation during haze pollution events, and prevents a full assessment of the atmospheric deposition of reactive nitrogen. Show More Summary
An obscure law that came to light during the teachers strike gives police expansive powers to crack down on protesters. An obscure West Virginia law that came to light during the teachers strike gives police expansive powers to crack down on peaceful protesters. Show More Summary
After PETA alerted the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to eyewitness video footage of animals living in squalid cages among other issues at Deer Haven Mini Zoo, the agency... The post Feds: Filth Continues at Deer Haven Mini Zoo appeared first on PETA.
Weathering of huge amounts of tiny rocks could be a means to reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. While this is normally a slow, natural process during which minerals chemically bind CO2, technological upscaling could make this relevant for so-called negative emissions to help limit climate risks. Show More Summary