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Exposés and Undercover Investigations
PETA and its affiliates' undercover investigations expose animal abuse in laboratories, farms and slaughterhouses, the clothing industry, the pet trade, and more.
Tell Walmart there’s no excuse for workers to crudely break hens’ necks and leave them suffering. It must reconsider ties with this egg supplier NOW.
A shocking investigation released by PETA Germany exposes the extreme cruelty live animals endure as they’re shipped around the world to be killed for leather.
If your coconut milk comes from Thailand, you might be unwittingly supporting cruelty: A PETA Asia investigation shows that the industry exploits and abuses monkeys.
PETA investigators in Peru—the world’s top alpaca producer—found that workers kicked terrified alpacas and stood on their necks. Help these gentle animals today!
A PETA investigator at the Cleveland Clinic found mice paralyzed, mutilated in Frankensteinian surgeries, and left to die in agony—all on the taxpayers’ dime. Take action today!
New footage of wet markets shows terrified bats in cages, gloveless humans handling carcasses on blood-streaked countertops, flies landing on raw flesh that’s for sale, and more.
What more do you need to see before you stop wearing wool? How many more sheep must be beaten, cut open, kicked, thrown, and skinned alive? Take action now.
Fur sales are at an all-time low—but a new PETA Asia undercover investigation shows animals are still suffering in this dying industry.
PETA video exposé shows how chickens in Australia suffer before they’re killed at a?facility reportedly supplying McDonald’s and other fast-food brands. Take action now!
PETA’s second exposé of a filthy dairy reveals that calves torn from their mothers were kept in feces-filled pens. Their mothers’ milk was sold for cash. Help them now!
Take action for elephants forced to perform tricks for tourists.
The Chitwan Elephant Festival forces elephants to “play” soccer under the threat of physical violence.
Bulls are poked and jabbed with sticks and sickles, hit, jumped on, tackled, bitten, and treated in other cruel ways.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind