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Mass bird, dolphin deaths in Peru

About 5,000 pelicans and other ocean birds have been washing up on the northern coast of Peru, just weeks after over 900 dolphins perished in that same area.


Pigeon abuse is a multi-million-dollar enterprise

The animal rights group presented law enforcement organaizations including the FBI with a book's worth of evidence.


Animal rights activists fighting “Ag-Gag” laws

Forms of torture such as skinning calves alive, forcing badly injured animals into a slaughter line are made public because activists document them.


Is the sting of Bayer pesticides responsible for bee decline?

Bayer pesticides, are responsible for the deaths of bees worldwide; despite this fact, the company is refusing to cease its marketing of these hazardous agrochemicals.


After dog deaths, owners campaign against Nestle Purina

Safranek, a Brooklyn Heights, Ohio resident, said of her nine year-old fox terrier, "Waggin' Train Wholesome Chicken Jerky Treats were the last thing Sampson ate before he fell ill."


Cat rescuers hold Caboodle Ranch owner accountable (with video)

"What a lucrative business, charging desperate, caring people to take homeless cats at $100 to $200 each. When they die a month later, he just takes more."


Gulf dolphins suffer post-oil spill illnesses

In Barataria Bay, La. (located in the northern Gulf of Mexico), bottlenose dolphins are suffering from severe illnesses - the aftermath of the BP oil spill, according to a report by Click Green.


Cats at Caboodle Ranch subjected to horrific conditions

Authorities seized the suffering animals and charged Caboodle's founder and operator with cruelty to animals and scheme to defraud.


Dairy factory linked to animal torture

Adirondack Farms, a dairy factory in New York, has been responsible for severe animal abuse investigators learned. While they tout their products as fresh and wholesome, the practices that go on behind the scenes are anything but.


Mutated fish highlight the danger of selenium

Selenium is a pollutant in 200 of the 1,294 locations designated by the U.S. governments as toxic Superfund sites (places contaminated with extremely hazardous substances).

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