Animal welfare


Road to Oblivion: How a Highway Threatens Tigers in India

Rachel Fritts

A proposal to upgrade a road into a highway in Corbett National Park has conservationists deeply worried for the region’s 300 Bengal tigers.


Apes in Asian Circus-Style Shows on Rise — So is Trafficking

Millie Kerr

Chinese and Thai animal attractions increasingly force young chimpanzees and orangutans — many illegally wild-caught — to perform for visitors.


Is Eating Dog Meat Really on the Way Out in Asia?

ZiQing Low

Taiwan's dog meat ban has been welcomed but China’s largest 'dog meat festival' is set to enter its eighth year, and Indonesia sees an increase in dog meat consumption.


Back from the Brink: The Surprising Survival of India's Rhinos

Mukta Patil

India’s Rhino population was barely 75 in 1905. It has now increased by 35-times In 107 years.


Chinese College Poisons Stray Dogs; No Law to Protect Them

Olivia Yang

A college in China has reportedly sent security guards to poison stray dogs at a nearby shelter, once again sparking discussions about the country's lack of animal protection laws.

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