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Great British Circus abuse revealed

19 August 2009

Shocking footage revealedAnimal Defenders International (ADI) has released shocking footage from behind the scenes at the Great British Circus, showing violence and confinement of circus elephants. Read...

Suffering in U.S. Circuses Exposed

5 August 2009

An ADI investigation of the U.S. circus industry has exposed confinement, deprivation, lax safety standards and cases of severe violence to animals. We have exposed sickening violence inflicted on...

Animal Health response on the 3 elephants of the Great British Circus

23 June 2009

Following the import of three new elephants by the Great British Circus, ADI presented a Freedom on Information request to Animal Health in the Department of Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra) in order...

More UK Circus elephants ....

4 June 2009

.... Still no Government action. This year, the Great British Circus has imported three elephants from Germany. The move shows the damage caused by the Governmentís prevarication over the ban on wild...

ADI outraged at shocking footage revealing the abuse of an elephant in Greece

29 May 2009

ADI has asked the Greek Ministry of Agriculture and the Greek Embassy in the UK to investigate after a local organisation filmed an elephant being abused, beaten and dragged with a bullhook, in Circo Massimo...

ADI supports campaign partner Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN) in rally against cruelty to animal

29 May 2009

Animal Defenders International are proud to have been working with ARAN for several years now, on campaigns to end the suffering and abuse of animals in travelling circuses and the use of animals in experiments....

ADI outraged at Portuguese Circus Victor Hugo Cardinalli after an elephant collapses

29 May 2009

Portugalís General Department of Veterinary (DGV) has been asked to investigate, after a local resident of Tavira witnessed one of the elephants of the Victor Hugo Cardinalli Circus in poor condition collapsed...

Stop Circus Suffering: Norway

29 May 2009

ADI and NOAH launch shocking video and...

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