Topic - People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals

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  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Work to reduce turbine casualties

    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals shares The Washington Times' concern about wind turbines maiming and killing birds and bats ("Windmills of death," Comment & Analysis, May 27). The rotating blades smack birds and bats out of the air at incredible speeds. Wings are severed, and bodies are mangled. The "luckier" victims are killed instantly, but many suffer immensely before finally dying from injury, stress, exposure or dehydration. The pressure created by the wind causes bats' extremely delicate lungs to burst, leaving these tiny animals to slowly bleed to death internally.

  • Taking Names

    PETA wants less Moore

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