The latest news and views about animals’ rights
Two men who stoned a helpless bear cub to death in Iran’s northern province of Mazandaran have been captured and are going to face trial, an official announced.
Tehran Municipality is sending sniper squads equipped with night-vision air rifles to solve the capital city’s rodent problem, which seems to have grown to epic proportions as of late.
Iran’s southern waters are the habitat of rare species of giant aquatic mammals, some of which are on the verge of extinction mainly due to their mass suicides.
Police forces of the western Iranian city of Kermanshah have seized pigeons which were used by drug dealers for carrying narcotics.
Judges in Iran have recently started giving hunters interestingly unconventional sentences over illegal hunts.
An Iranian tyre production company has unveiled a reflective collar to help protect the lives of camels crossing the country’s roads at night.
Heartbreaking photos have emerged of starved lions and bears kept chained up by the ISIS terrorist group in the battle-torn Mosul, northern Iraq.
An Iranian family is leading a caravan that travels across the country to inform people about the lives of critically-endangered Asiatic cheetahs.
About 300 dead jellyfish were found in several locations on the coast of Jask, Hormozgan Province, southern Iran.
A prominent Iranian engineer has established a park for animal care and protection.
Rangers in Semnan Province, central Iran, arrested a number of hunters with a large number of taxidermied animals.
A video has gone viral in Iran, showing a baby tiger wandering the streets of Iran’s northeastern city of Mashhad.
According to IRNA, Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani said that respect for animals should be taught to people from their childhood. "If we want...
Iran’s environment chief has condemned the savage killing of stray dogs in Shiraz, calling for a fitting punishment for the perpetrators.
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