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The very last step of an animal’s life. The shortest, and the most cruel as well. From a “life” made of chronic sufferings in the farm, to the indescribable pain in the “dismantling chains” of the slaughterhouse. Each butcher...

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Beaver, weasel, ermine, stone marten, wolverine, leopard, lynx, otter, striped skunk, opossum, racoon, silver fox. These are the most common fur animals captured in their natural environment with every type of traps. Leghold traps, strangling laces, nets ...

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Eighty-five percent of the fur industry’s skins come from animals living captive on fur factory farms.(1) These farms can hold thousands of animals, and the practices used to farm them is remarkably uniform around the globe. As with other intensive-conf...

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Gloves insides, neck and hat trimmings, jacket linings, shoes and boot soles, soft teddy bears: this is how cat and dog furs are being used. Two millions of cats and dogs kept in horrifying conditions are killed every year in China. Some of them are stray...

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Every year millions of animals get shot and die by hunter’s guns. Some of the animals come from special farms, that rear them and let them free when the hunting season starts, while some others are wild animals. In Italy hunters are even allowed to ente...

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Whale hunting is internationally prohibited by law since 1986. Nevertheless some countries like Norway, Japan and the States keep on with the extermination of hundreds of individuals every year, hiding behind the flag of scientific research. It is a flour...

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Apart from hunting, the primary causes of the extermination of whales and dolphins are the fishing nets. Cetacean and other animals, like seat turtles for example, are imprisoned in the nets and drown because they can’t reach the surface to breathe. For...

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