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Surveying attitudes towards helping wild animals among scientists and students

This study consisted of a survey where we asked hundreds of students and scholars in life sciences about their perceptions and attitudes towards different ways of helping wild animals and the possible obstacles that intervention might face.   Read more

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Announcing the first video of an online course on wild animal suffering

This first video gives an overview of the topics that will be covered. Starting next month, we will be regularly publishing the course videos. Read more

Scientists’ attitudes towards improving the welfare of animals in the wild: a qualitative study

Animal Ethics has carried out a qualitative study to assess the attitudes of life scientists towards helping wild animals. Read more

Helping wild animals in Australia

Fires have been raging in many parts of Australia for several months now. This has been the worst wildfire season in recent memory in Australia. This posts presents some ways in which animals have been harmed and helped. Read more

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What is sentience, and why does it matter?

Sentience is the reason to respect other beings, and all the evidences indicate that vertebrates and a large number of invertebrates are sentient. Read more

What can be done to defend animals

There are different ways to defend and help animals. Here you can find several articles explaining how this can be done and what you can do. Read more

Wild animal suffering: Learn more

Many people ignore that most animals suffer significantly and die prematurely in the wild, but it's possible to help them successfully. Read more

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