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Animal testing

A cruel relic of earlier centuries, animal experimentation is no longer necessary and may actually be impeding our scientific progress.


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Aquariums

The aquarium industry relies on misleading claims about conservation and education to hide high death rates, routine mistreatment, and disturbing connections to bloody dolphin hunts.
Learn more about aquariums at http://www.vanaquafacts.org/ and www.vancouveraquariumuncovered.com


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Wool

The wool industry is more violent than most people realize.


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Leather

Leather is more than a byproduct of the meat industry. It is harmful to animals and the environment and many alternatives exist.


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Down and Feathers

The birds used in the production of feathers and down are often live-plucked, a painful and frightening process during which their feathers are torn out in large chunks at rapid speed.


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The Canadian Seal Hunt

Canada’s annual commercial seal hunt is the largest slaughter of marine mammals on the planet.


This veal calf will be killed after being chained to this crate for 4 to 6 months. (Photo: Farm Sanctuary)

Veal

Dairy cows suffer greatly. Like all mammals, they must have babies to give milk. The veal industry is a result of the calves that are born.


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Foie Gras

24 million ducks and geese die every year for the foie gras industry, which is illegal in Holland, Sweden, Israel, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, among others.


This tuna has been caught on a long line. Like other fish caught in this way, he may be trapped for hours or even days. (Photo: Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, Greenpeace)

Fish and Seafood

Water-dwelling animals such as fish, lobsters, and octopuses are often regarded as almost plants – incapable of suffering. Are they more worthy of our concern?


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Factory Farming

Old MacDonald’s Farm may not be as pleasant as you’d thought.


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