World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • Chocoana was forced from her home. She suffered extreme stress and would close her eyes every time she was approached by a human. AIUNAU sanctuary in Colombia looked after her and helped her recover from the stress of being captured by humans. We’re delighted that Chocoanita is now healthy and last month she was released back in to the wild – here is a video of her being released.

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • This rescue marks the end of Nepal’s cruel and illegal bear dancing industry. In the middle of the night on Tuesday December 19, along with the Jane Goodall Institute of Nepal, we tracked their owner through his mobile phone and located the bears. They will no longer suffer in the name of entertainment. Read more about Rangila and Sridevi’s story: https://www.worldanimalprotection.ca/news/bea...

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • Illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing is not supported by national laws, internationally agreed conversation measures, or fishing industries. Because it can’t be regulated by the law or influenced as easily by animal welfare organizations, the scale of its negative impact on sea life is large – and growing. Learn more: worldanimalprotection.ca/sea-change-campaign-tackling-ghost-fish...

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • No longer facing cruelty in captivity or a life at a poor quality zoo, the bears featured here are residents of our Romanian partner sanctuary. As of 2017 there are a total of 97 bears enjoying the large forested enclosures of the sanctuary. Learn more about the bear sanctuaries and bears we support: https://www.worldanimalprotection.ca/bear-sanctuaries

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • Sloths are stolen from the wild and kept in poor conditions until they are passed around by tourists for photo opportunities. Irresponsible tour operators are doing this for profit and tourists are doing this for entertainment and as souvenirs. Most tourists who take these types of photos love animals. But if they knew about the suffering these animals endure for this type of photo opportunity, ...

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • Des images de nos enquêtes montrent des bucherons qui enfoncent un paresseux dans un sac après une chute de 30 mètres. Cette vidéo révoltante a été filmée près de la ville d’Iquitos, la porte d’entrée des villages tribaux du nord de l’Amazonie, au Pérou. Le paresseux a probablement été vendu dans l’industrie du selfie sauvage ou le commerce des animaux exotiques. Nos images révèlent les méthodes...

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • En Amazonie, les nombreux vendeurs de selfies vont chercher les paresseux au sommet des arbres. Ils arrachent ces animaux calmes et doux à leur habitat sauvage et les forcent à vivre dans des endroits bruyants et agités, où ils sont constamment manipulés par les foules de touristes. Ne faites pas partie de cette horrible image. Signez notre Code du selfie de voyage et prenez des selfies sans crua...

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • Many people offering wildlife selfies in the Amazon search treetops for sloths to steal. These typically calm, gentle animals are snatched from their natural habitats, forced to live in noisy, chaotic environments, and repeatedly passed around from tourist to tourist. Don’t be part of this ugly picture. Sign up to our Wildlife Selfie Code and commit to cruelty-free selfies: http://bit.ly/2g8Uo5s

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • In the Mongolian community of Tsaatan, people believe the land belongs to the reindeer. During the winter drought there was no vegetation for the reindeer to eat, which was causing mineral deficiencies. The Mongolian reindeer herders were concerned this would impact the animals' reproductive health. Thanks to our wonderful supporters, reindeer are some of the 350,000 animals we've been able to ...

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • Alesha went undercover with us to an elephant show in Thailand to expose the sad reality of how these intelligent and social animals are treated. We are calling on tourists and tour operators to help end the wildlife entertainment industry. Learn more and join our Wildlife Not Entertainers movement: https://www.worldanimalprotection.ca/wildlifenotentertainers

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • Alesha went undercover with us to a venue in Thailand where you can take selfies with tiger cubs. In this video we expose the sad reality of how these proud, wild animals are treated. We are calling on tourists and tour operators to help end the wildlife entertainment industry. Learn more and join our Wildlife Not Entertainers movement: https://www.worldanimalprotection.ca/wildlifenotentertainers

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • Help bears break free! At least five captive bears live illegally under lock and key at an isolated private property in the west of Romania. Year on year, they have little to do but pace the length of their concrete prisons. Some may bite the bars in frustration or boredom. Please sign our petition urging the new Romanian government to enforce the law and send these bears to a sanctuary: http:...

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • World Animal Protection Canada wants to wish you, your families and your animal friends a happy holidays and New Year! World Animal Gifts is a wonderful way to show a loved one you care while doing a world of good for animals. With dozens of different gifts to choose from, there's something for everyone on your list. And each gift comes with a personalized e-card to help deliver your message. E...

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • The Steveston Harbour Authority is the largest small-craft fishing authority in Canada. See how they are helping to clean up ghost fishing gear that threatens our oceans and marine life. Learn more about our Sea Change campaign and how we're working to tackle ghost gear: one of the deadliest threats to marine life: http://bit.ly/2hrgdf8

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • Dans la communauté mongole de Tsaatan, les gens croient que la terre appartient au renne. Pendant la sécheresse hivernale, il n'y avait pas de végétation pour les rennes à manger, ce qui causait des carences en minéraux. Les éleveurs de rennes de Mongolie étaient concernés, ce qui aurait une incidence sur la santé reproductive des animaux. Grâce à nos supporteurs incroyables, les rennes sont q...

World Animal Protection Canada
World Animal Protection Canada
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  • Les engins de pêche sont les plus meurtriers des débris marins. Plus de 136 000 baleines et phoques s'empêtrent dans ces engins chaque année, mais avec votre aide, il est possible d’enrayer ce fléau. Grâce à notre campagne Changement en profondeur, nous sauvons des animaux enchevêtrés et évitons les souffrances futures en réduisant la quantité d'engins fantômes abandonnés et perdus dans les océa...

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