Animal Rights

Sarah Lazare, staff writer
"In our studies, we have come across mass kills of federal fish species during the summer drought season as small streams dry up," said Stephanie Carlson, an associate professor at the University of California. (Photo: Bruno de Giusti/Wikimedia/cc)
Mass die-offs of birds, fish, and marine invertebrates have grown increasingly frequent and severe, hiking at a rate of approximately one major mortality event per year over the past seven decades, according to a new study published by Yale, UC Berkeley, and University of San Diego researchers. "While this might not seem like much, one additional...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
The international marine wildlife conservation organization Sea Shepherd is...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Four animal rights activists from California are likely to be the first ever...