Fairfax have today provided space for animal rights activist Brian Sherman to spell out some of his objections to the harvesting of Kangaroos. Unfortunately Brian has decided to swamp us with emotive arguments and misinformation rather than addressing the issue honestly, writes Dave Gaukroger.
Eleven tigers died of starvation in China's Shenyang Zoo last year. So why are their carcasses still being preserved? Probably because their bones are worth $250,000 a set, says China expert Gordon Chang. And then there's their fur, eyeballs, whiskers, penises...
Peta president Ingrid Newkirk defends the controversial organisation's use of sexy woman, sensationalist tactics and "baby steps" approach in the fight for animal rights: it's worth it if it gets results.
Australians care passionately about the plight of the whales, but what about tuna, caged chooks and all the other animals suffering in the name of dinner? The Japanese have every right to ignore Australia's moralising, says Tom Ormonde.
The school children of Lydd Primary School in Romney Marsh, England, should be applauded for defending their right to slaughter class pet Marcus the Lamb for meat, says John Birmingham. Now that's an education revolution.
PETA may have cornered the market on graphic, disturbing and inventive ploys to stop people from hurting animals but Dutch non-profit Animals Awake has an ad with a stripper being gutted live, like a fish.