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Lions come roaring into the Palm Beach International Film Festival

26 March 2014

Multi–award–winning animal rescue documentary Lion Ark returns to Florida at the Palm Beach International Film Festival, screening on April 5th at 4pm and April 9th at 11:30am. Both screenings will be...

Animal Defenders International Praises Noah Film

26 March 2014

Leading entertainment animal campaign organization Animal Defenders International (ADI) has thanked Director Darren Aronofsky for using computer generated imagery (CGI) instead of performing animals in...

Danger of wild animal circus acts highlighted by damage caused by escaped elephants

26 March 2014

March 25, 2014, ST. CHARLES, MO — Leading animal protection organization Animal Defenders International (ADI) has stated that the escape of three circus elephants from the Moolah Shrine Circus in St. Charles,...

Controversial Elephant Trainer Drops Industry Accreditation

20 March 2014

Controversial elephant trainer Have Trunk Will Travel (HTWT) has announced that it is no longer certified under the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). In 2011, leading animal protection organization...

ADI and PETA criticise 'The Hundred-Year-Old Man' film for using an abused circus elephant

14 March 2014

Animal Defenders International (ADI) and PETA have condemned ‘The 100-year-old man who climbed out the window and disappeared’ for its use of an abused circus elephant. The film is directed by Felix Herngren...

“Not in my name” – Students call on Whitemarsh Township Board to end circus suffering

12 March 2014

Three twelve year old students from Springside Chestnut Hill (SCH) Academy Middle School in Philadelphia, PA have been invited to give a presentation about the suffering of circus animals during this week’s...

Anne the elephant to remain alone

5 March 2014

Animal Defenders International (ADI) has welcomed the good news that after a three-year wait, Anne the abused ex-circus elephant will finally be given her own accommodation at Longleat Safari & Adventure...

ADI and NAVS highlight UK's role in wildlife exploitation on first World Wildlife Day

3 March 2014

On the first World Wildlife Day, leading animal protection organisations Animal Defenders International (ADI) and the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) are highlighting the UK’s role in the continued...

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