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Together, we can reduce⁠—and eventually eliminate⁠—harmful animal testing and research.

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WASHINGTON — Thousands of trophy hunters from around the world will gather next week in Reno, Nev. (Feb. 5 through 8), for Safari Club International’s annual convention, which will feature approximately 870 exhibitors showcasing and selling trophy hunting opportunities and wildlife parts and...

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What are wildlife killing contests? While blood sports such as dogfighting and cockfighting have been condemned in the U.S. as barbaric and cruel, the little-known blood sport of the wildlife killing contest still happens regularly in almost all of the 43 U.S. states that have not yet banned them...

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Mom and baby elephant walking together in the wild

Seven years ago, Minnesota attorney Jack Fay went to Kenya to meet the orphaned baby elephant he had been “fostering” through online donations. The HSUS state council member waited at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, on the edge of Nairobi, as Naipoki’s keepers brought her back from a day in the forest...

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by Karen E. Lange

How many animals are used each year in U.S. laboratories for biomedical research? What is the most commonly used species of animal in biomedical research? Where do animals in biomedical research laboratories come from? What happens to the animals when an experiment ends? What is the position of the...

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Beauty shot of a fox

WARNING: Content may be upsetting to readers. The pictures posted on social media did it: dozens or even hundreds of dead coyotes and foxes filling the backs of trucks, or laid out in rows on bloodied ground or hung by their hind legs in a celebratory display above piles of other dead animals...

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By Karen E. Lange

To save wildlife from being killed just for a trophy.

Big Fight

Named for their stubby tails, bobcats are so elusive that you’d be lucky to catch a glimpse of one in your lifetime.

Animal

Social, family-oriented and highly adaptable—wolves have a lot in common with humans.

Animal

Today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service jeopardized the fragile recovery of one of the country’s most iconic species by finalizing a rule to remove Endangered Species Act protections from gray wolves in the lower 48 contiguous states. This misguided decision comes over one year after FWS received...

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