Shortly after being rescued from a deteriorated zoo in Pakistan, the elephant nicknamed “the world’s loneliest” has found himself a new pal at his new home.
Finding sanctuary: Kaavan is a 36-year-old, 9,000-pound elephant that has languished in Marghazar Zoo in Islamabad for over 30 years before he was transferred to a sanctuary in Cambodia on Monday, reported the New York Post.
A disturbing new trend of “animal binge-eating videos” is sweeping Chinese social media following China’s crackdown on mukbang videos.
A video angering many online has surfaced of a group of adults and children taking turns sitting on the back of a sea turtle that appears to be struggling.
The video was reportedly taken on an Indonesian beach last Friday according to the Daily Mail.
A popular YouTuber in Japan sparked outrage among many Japanese netizens after releasing a video which shows the channel’s owner apparently abusing his pet hamster.
Angry netizens are now calling for the arrest of the person behind Japanese YouTube channel Ham Ham Exploration Party for the abuse of a hamster.
Chinese netizens are enraged after a video of zoogoers throwing rocks into a tiger enclosure to make the animal move at the Beijing Wildlife Park began circulating on social media.
The video starts off showing a man wearing a blue shirt picking up a stone as another man next to him throws a rock into the tiger enclosure, hoping to hit the animal sitting on a branch, Daily Mail reported.
A video clip from Malaysia showing a couple of pet owners abuse training their poodle to walk on hind legs on the street and into an H&M store is now going viral online.
The clip – posted online by Facebook user Deepan Kumar – was taken on June 9 at around 8 p.m. on Sunway Pyramid in Subang Jaya.
Two Cambodian YouTubers are now under fire for posting several videos showing the couple hunting wild animals, cooking, and eating them.
Fair warning, some of these videos may be too graphic.
A debate erupted among netizens after a video of a police officer from Changsha, in China’s Hunan Province, surfaced showing him beating a tied dog to death with a long piece of wood as the public looked on in horror.
According to Chinese news site The Paper, the dog was adopted by its owner from a nearby animal hospital and was left unsupervised on the sidewalk.
The Million Years Stone Park and Pattaya Crocodile Farm in Thailand is under fire after one of its tiger handlers was caught on video abusing an animal as he pokes it with a long stick to make it roar for tourist photos.
The video, which was posted on Facebook and has been watched more than 2 million times, shows a zoo attendant prodding and jabbing the chained tiger to make it roar as tourists sit behind it for souvenir photos.
A man filmed hurling a helpless dog to the floor and violently kicking it repeatedly in a Hong Kong supermarket drew massive outrage online after the video of the attack went viral on Facebook.
In the five-second footage posted on Sunday by Facebook user Chuckle Cheung, an unidentified man can be seen hurting a small dog inside a supermarket in Tuen Mun. He is also shown losing his balance and falling down after a kick, as the dog scampers off to escape him.
An image of a helpless dog being dragged by a car on a road in China has sparked outrage on Chinese social media.
In the widely-shared photo, a golden retriever can be seen tied to a vehicle as it moved along a road in Haining, Zhejiang Province.
The owner of a golden retriever is demanding answers from the staff at Tianhe International Airport in Hubei’s capital of Wuhan after the dog was allegedly brutalized while airport staff attempted to catch it.
The 11-month-old pooch’s 23-year-old owner said that this dog, identified by Metro as Er Mao, suffered severe injuries to its eyes and body after being handled by airport staff.