Wow! It seems like there are new victims coming forward daily!
And Law & Order's Michelle Hurd makes number 18.
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Paul Rosolie is a wildlife expert and filmmaker who loves mother earth so much, he's willing to literally become one with nature…
By being eaten alive by an anaconda!!
Well, not fully eaten. He's going to be wearing a special suit that should keep him protected from the snake's crushing strength, sharp teeth and powerful stomach acid.
So, how does Rosolie plan to pull off this stunt? He said:
Olivia Munn isn't just beautiful, smart and famous… she's also compassionate — her best quality if you ask us!
Last week, she wrote a plea for help on behalf of a poor elephant named Nosey.
Nosey the circus elephant suffers from debilitating arthritis and Olivia took it upon herself to write a letter on PETA's behalf to Tom Vilsack, the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. It read:
Nowadays, Pamela Anderson is more famous for her stance on animal cruelty than for roles!
And she's once again making her pro-PETA beliefs heard.
Like most celebrities recently, Pam was dared to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
However, unlike most celebs, the 47-year-old actually refused to take part in
They've usually got some beef over some fur Kim wore or some selfie with an imprisoned zoo animal.
We're assuming ever since Kim was flour-bombed by a PETA activist, there's now no chance of a reconciliation.
But that doesn't mean PETA is wrong to criticize her for swimming with dolphins!
Sure, lots of people do it, but that doesn't mean you aren't invading the already small space in which a dolphin is stuck, living out their entire life there.
PETA's Senior Vice President Lisa Lange said:
This is bizarre!
PETA has uncorked a campaign that claims to have information about the link between "autism and dairy products."
Although PETA does not seem to be saying that dairy products cause autism - they are prepared to make the argument that dairy products can make autism worse.
And as Emily Willingham notes - the mere suggestion of a link is not sitting with some folks, at all. Here's what she wrote on Forbes:
Sam Simon is super wealthy and sadly dying of cancer. He has the means to change the world and has decided to do something about it.
He's doing something incredible… giving away all of his massive fortune to great causes! Mainly animal rights and feeding the hungry.
So when Sam heard about a racehorse named Valediction, who was seriously injured and being prepped to race again, he sprung into action. He bought the horse for