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Top Best Cruelty-Free Products In India That You Must Try Animal Compassion Blog 

Top Best Cruelty-Free Products In India That You Must Try

Did you know that most of cosmetic and self-care products that we use are tested on animals? The poor animals like mice, monkeys and several more are subjected to utter cruelty as these products including shampoos, soaps, and so more are tested on them. If you support the animal welfare cause, then you can go for trying out the cruelty-free products in India. Most of the vegan products make use of the organic substances and are not injected for testing on any animal. If you are worried about the budget…

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How Our Stray Cows are Dying Due to Plastic Waste Animal Compassion Blog 

How Our Stray Cows are Dying Due to Plastic Waste

India is a holy country where cows are worshiped as “mother cows” and are considered to be heavenly animals. Though people back then used to keep cows in their homes, it is rare to find such a sight nowadays. We usually find healthy and properly tamed cows only at the milk centers. Otherwise, the Indian streets are full of stray cows who have to fend for themselves. It is a sad plight to see the “worshiped” cows in highly deplorable conditions wherein they do not find enough food and water…

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Time to Put an End to the Ivory Trade to Protect the Endangered Elephants Animal Compassion Blog 

Time to Put an End to the Ivory Trade to Protect the Endangered Elephants

The elephants of the world are under crisis. Several thousands of elephants are killed each year for their precious ivory tusks which illegally traded across the exotic markets of the world. It is strongly believed that the ivory trade is the main reason for the depleting population of the elephants in the world. The Need to Protect the Elephants Elephants are the wild animals that are extremely native to their regions. Their existence is highly vital to the region in which they live. The elephants shape the landscape. As they…

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Defending the Rhinos from the Illegal Rhino Poaching and Horn Trade Animal Compassion Blog 

Defending the Rhinos from Illegal Rhino Poaching and Horn Trade

South Africa is home to around 70 percent of the total population of the endangered rhinoceros left on the Earth. When the European rule in these lands intensified, the rhino population went down drastically from the several hundred thousands of rhinos who were native to the African forests. This happened due to the extensive rhino poaching. In the current scenario, the rhino population is spread across 2 continents and just 5 species. Around 20,400 white rhinos remaining Around 5,250 black rhinos remaining The great one-horned rhinos The Sumatran rhinos The…

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