News: Animals in entertainment
07 March 2016
From riding elephants to selfies with tigers, your support is helping us expose the world’s cruelest animal tourist attractions.
04 March 2016
World Animal Protection welcomes the confiscation of the tigers from the ‘Tiger Temple’ as a significant step forward in protecting wild animals from the inherent cruelty involved in wildlife tourism.
25 February 2016
Bullfighting is not the only ‘tradition’ involving the public torture of animals in the name of entertainment.
22 February 2016
Spain is experiencing a drastic drop in support for bullfighting – especially amongst youth – at a time when the government is poised to make a crucial decision on the tradition.
19 February 2016
In Spain, animals are still tortured into submission for public spectacle.
04 February 2016
Following the tragic news of a Scottish tourist that was killed by an elephant in Thailand, our report reveals the extent to which animal abuse exists in tourism around the world.
03 February 2016
This is a stark reminder that elephants are wild animals, and not meant to be ridden.
31 January 2016
The confiscations come as a result of evidence showing their involvement in wildlife trafficking.
30 January 2016
This brilliant news comes after nearly 175,000 of you signed the petition to demand that they stop contributing to the cruel industry.
13 January 2016
Helen Proctor, our Sentience Manager, talks about observing elephants in the wild as the best way to fully experience these incredible animals.