Animals in the wild

We are fighting to save wild animals and keep them where they belong – in the wild.

Take action to make this the last generation of dolphins in captivity

Fighting the deadly exotic pet trade to keep wild animals where they belong – in the wild

The tourist demand for wildlife experiences is driving the cruel animal entertainment industry

With your help, our Sea Change campaign helped save thousands of marine animals from lost or discarded plastic fishing nets, ropes and lines - also known as ‘ghost gear’ – and clean up the ocean environment

Hillswick Wildlife Sanctuary is the only hope for suffering sea animals along Shetland's 1500-mile coast. Weak, exhausted seals need better facilities to maximise their chances of survival.

Across the world, elephants are secretly abused in the name of entertainment. Please help a sanctuary that gives suffering elephants a new life, in a peaceful forest home.

129,203 of you urged Carnival Cruise Lines to end trips to Cayman Turtle Centre, where turtles are abused for entertainment and farmed for meat. Share to show Carnival we won't give up.

Protecting bears from cruelty for over 20 years.

What is the illegal wildlife trade and how can we protect wild animals from it?

Thousands of bears across Asia are trapped in the bear bile industry

Find out how and why we’re campaigning to transform the industry for civet coffee as a luxury product

Join our campaign to stop sea turtles being farmed in the Cayman Islands

Why we believe a worldwide ban on bullfighting is the only solution

Protecting wild animals from cruelty and exploitation

The protection of wild animals is an urgent, global issue.

Whether farmed for meat and by-products, or caught up in the illegal wildlife trade, many wild animals face the threat of extinction. Other wild animals are exploited for entertainment in blood sports like bear baiting and bullfighting.

With your help, World Animal Protection moves the world to protect these wild animals from exploitation and fights to keep them in the wild where they belong.

A stuffed 10 day old tiger cub seized by wildlife crime police

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