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Trophy hunters ‘boasted about how easy it is to shoot giraffes’ at a ‘gruesome’ trade show flogging low-price and ‘illegal’ killing expeditions.
Cheap deals on ‘easy’ animal killing trips at Europe’s largest trophy hunting fair
10 February 2020
On the first Sunday of February animal protection organisations took the streets to say no to hunting in several European cities.
"Ban hunting!" protest in Madrid
4 February 2020
The 30 Millions d'Amis foundation has revealed the results of its third annual barometer on the French and animal welfare.
Bullfighting, hunting, breeding: what the French want regarding animal welfare
30 January 2020
A debate over the future of trophy hunting points out that many effective alternatives to funding and supporting conservation have started to emerge.
Scientists: Trophy hunting ‘not irreplaceable’ for conservation funding
3 December 2019
Une battue record a eu lieu mercredi dernier aux alentours de La-Croix-aux-Bois en forêt domaniale. Un chasseur s’est dit choqué face à ce qu’il estime être un « carnage ».
Belgian hunter denounces "carnage" in the Ardennes: 158 boars killed in one morning
29 November 2019
Earlier this month Animalia gave the Anti-Animal Award of the Year to Jari Leppä, Finnish Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, for his questionable interpretation of the EU Invasive Alien Species Regulation.
ANIMALIA: Misinterpretation of the EU Invasive Alien Species regulation leads to more suffering for raccoon dogs in Finland
25 November 2019
A pregnant woman has been killed by dogs in a forest in northern France where a hunt with hounds was taking place, investigators have said.
Pregnant woman killed by dogs in France during hunt in forest
20 November 2019
The report aims for assisting IUCN to clarify the ethical acceptability of trophy hunting according to current IUCN statutes and policies and consistent with generally accepted methodologies of social and environmental ethics.
New IUCN report: Trophy hunting not consistent with “sustainable use”
27 September 2019
The arguments for trophy hunting contained within a recent letter published in the journal Science simply don't stack up.
Trophy hunting is not sustainable
19 September 2019
Botswana is reintroducing elephant hunts and is likely to sell licenses to kill the animals at a discount to its neighbors.
Botswana is reintroducing elephant hunts - with discounted licences likely
11 September 2019
Japan has started its controversial annual dolphin hunt in the coastal town of Taiji.
Taiji cove hunt: Japan starts controversial dolphin hunt
2 September 2019
Leading Scottish animal welfare charity OneKind has renewed its calls for an end to driven grouse shooting on the Glorious Twelfth, the first day of the grouse shooting season.
Driven grouse shooting should finally come to an end
12 August 2019