News: Animals in the wild
22 December 2017
Working with the Jane Goodall Institute of Nepal and Nepali police, we rescued two tortured sloth bears, Rangila and Sridevi, on Tuesday night (December 19). They’re now on their way to Parsa National Park in Nepal, where they’ll be free from suffering
14 December 2017
We know boats fishing illegally often lose or dump nets and other equipment – and it’s killing sea animals. Now it’s time for the world’s navies to become part of the solution
05 December 2017
Our Wildlife Selfie Code campaign has successfully influenced one of the biggest social media sites to educate its users around the suffering wildlife selfies can cause to animals
26 November 2017
A new report we have part-funded has found that crimes against wildlife are going unpunished, as figures are not being properly recorded and assessed.
07 November 2017
No hugging, but animal lovers registering for our ‘volunteer with bears’ can spend three days with 97 rescued brown bears at the Libearty bear sanctuary from the 13th-18th September 2018.
29 October 2016
The news that Laos is phasing out tiger farms is exactly what is needed and is a positive step towards protecting tigers from the illegal trade in their body parts.
20 October 2016
The news that such a significant ban to prevent animal cruelty has been overturned is outrageous.
18 October 2016
With our support, Germany's DRV publishes information to help steer tourists towards elephant-friendly alternatives
13 July 2016
To help ensure the safety of animals in Rio, we are partnering with the Organising Committee for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games in the run up to and during the Games.
29 June 2016
A study by the University of Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU), in collaboration with World Animal Protection, has found that people are less willing to buy exotic pets when faced with the health and legal risks.