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Ten Fast Facts about Wildlife Protection

  1. Countless wild animals are displaced by urban sprawl and habitat fragmentation, which sometimes lead to conflicts between people and wildlife.

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Ten Fast Facts about Farmed Animals

  1. More than 47 billion animals are killed in food production each year around the world — 10 billion of those animals are slaughtered in the United States alone. These figures do not include the countless fish who are killed for human consumption.

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Ten Fast Facts about Fur

  1. More than 50 million animals are violently killed for use in fashion every year.

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Ten Fast Facts about Compassionate Consumerism

  1. No commercial venture can survive without customers. This means that consumers have the power, through their purchasing decisions, to make a difference in the way companies — and even entire industries — conduct their business.

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Ten Fast Facts about Exotic “Pets”

  1. Millions of wild animals, including reptiles, large felines, nonhuman primates, and others, are kept in private possession in the U.S. The trade in exotic animals is a multi-billion-dollar-a-year industry.

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Three Reasons for Banning the Private Possession of Exotic Animals

When contacting public officials about legislation in your city, county, or state, in letters or calls, or at a public hearing, you may want to highlight these three reasons why they should institute and enforce a ban on possessing exotic animals as “pets”:

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Ten Fast Facts about Captive Birds

  1. Trafficking in rare and exotic wildlife is a global business, worth $10-20 billion annually. Birds are among the most popular animals sought after for the exotic pet trade.

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Ten Fast Facts about Captive Exotic Animals

  1. Captive exotic animals are abused and exploited in a variety of settings, including research and product testing, the entertainment industry, fur farms, and the exotic “pet” trade.

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