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Marine Conservation
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Tell The Australian to give sharks a fair go in their reporting!

Over the past few months we’ve noticed a lot of reporting in The Australian on sharks, but unfortunately these articles seem to be primarily based on uninformed hearsay by politicians and media commentators on great white shark populations and don’t seem to be reflecting much actual debate or perspectives from the science or conservation …

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Animal Welfare
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BUNNY LOVE! HELP SECURE AUSTRALIAN COSMETICS ANIMAL TESTING BAN

During the last federal election the Turnbull Government promised to ban cosmetics testing on animals and although we welcome their new Industrial Chemicals Bill 2017, we are concerned that it does not go far enough.  The bill has a loophole which would severely undermine the ban. TAKE ACTION:  Please support …

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Animal Welfare
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Take action to make the ban of dog meat sales at Yulin permanent

Thousands of dogs and cats, many of them stolen pets, are captured and transported over long distances under horrific conditions to Yulin, a city in China. There, they’re held in crowded cages without food or water until they are brutally killed. Often, they are beaten and their throats are slit in …

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Animal Welfare
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Help end greyhound racing for good

As long as greyhound racing remains legal, dogs will continue suffer every day.  In the 3 months since the spectacular back flip on the ban by the former NSW Premier last October, the industry has proven they are incapable of reform with statistics revealing the shocking reality – an increase in injury and …

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Marine Conservation
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Take action and help dolphins

Dolphins used in travelling circuses in Indonesia are transported around the country once a month by plane, and made to endure up to 40 hours travelling in a tiny dry crate with only margarine or butter to keep them moist.  Our friends at Jakarta Animal Aid Network (JAAN) filmed the …

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Marine Conservation

Help save turtles, whales, dolphins & sharks

Disturbing statistics continue to show high numbers of marine animals killed in both NSW and Queensland shark culling programs, including multiple threatened species. Especially concerning are the capture and deaths of harmless critically endangered grey nurse sharks, whales, threatened loggerhead, green and hawksbill turtles, and dolphins and rays. Very few target species …

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