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Top Reasons Why You Should Not Support Fun Elephant Rides Animal Compassion Blog 

Top Reasons Why You Should Not Support Fun Elephant Rides

You must have loved a jolly jumbo-ride as a kid! Everyone loves to be photographed with the friendly elephants in famous tourist spots. But ever realized the pain and suffering these poor animals undergo as you sit atop them and click selfies? Thousands of elephants including their babies are subjected to forced tourist industry to serve as a means of recreation for the tourists. These innocent creatures are beaten and tortured to be forced into submission right from their childhood. As they grow up, they are forced to carry tourists…

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Top Reasons To Completely Stop Animal Testing Animal Compassion Blog 

Top Reasons To Completely Stop Animal Testing

What’s so wrong with animal testing? If this is your question, then take it as “Why not humans?”. After all, it only involves a simple day’s process of product poisoning, shocking, burning, and eventually killing a living creature for testing effectiveness of a certain product like shampoos, soaps, detergents, and so more. Then why not humans? If this act of animal testing was conducted outside the premises of the laboratories, it would be considered as a grievous crime. Animals suffer an unimaginable pain and die every day as the laboratories…

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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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75 Dogs Rescued by Assam Cops from Being Smuggled to Dog Meat Trade in Nagaland

75 Dogs Rescued by Assam Cops from Being Smuggled to Dog Meat Trade in Nagaland

Assam Police have rescued as many as 75 street dogs on Thursday. They were being smuggled to Nagaland for dog meat trade. The cops had rescued the stray dogs from the Samaguri town in Assam. The Samaguri police have arrested four men who were shipping the dogs in a pick-up van. The accused persons for this crime have been identified as: Sanil Sangma, Lucas Sangma, Parwin Sangma and Raju Sangma. All of these men belonged to Assam. The pick-up van was intercepted by the Assam Police at around 9 pm…

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