Together, we can reduce—and eventually end—harmful animal testing.
Sensitive, intelligent elephants are the world’s largest land mammal (by weight) and a living link to long-extinct species like the woolly mammoth.
Bears are powerful, majestic animals who were once nearly wiped out, but are now reclaiming their wild homes.
Depending on pack ice for their habitat, polar bears are threatened by climate change—and by traffic in their fur and parts.
Solitary creatures who prefer to be left alone, snakes have a bad reputation that doesn’t match their behavior.
Members of the weasel family, otters are known for their elongated bodies, webbed feet and playful antics, particularly their love of sliding down rocks, banks or waterfalls.
Together, we are making the ocean safer for those who call it home.
These furry masked bandits probably hang out in your neighborhood—they’re amazing survivors and can thrive in all sorts of habitats.
Together, we can learn how to peacefully coexist with wild animals and support their natural habitats.
Once driven to the brink of extinction by the fur trade, beavers are finally making a comeback.