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peta

Quadrillion (10 to the 15th power). See space/time, petabyte and petabit.
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The travel advisory came after an investigation by PETA detailed 1,300 donkeys, camels, mules and horses showing signs of abuse from beatings, exhaustion and chains embedded into their skin.
More people than ever are clamouring for healthy vegan options from their favourite onthe-go eateries," says PETA director of vegan corporate projects Dawn Carr.
The supplier claimed to be working towards making improvements to its loading process but alleged that PETA "misrepresented" them.
But PETA appealed every objection and the case dragged on.
Animal rights activism group PETA accused Thomas Cook of "profiting from orca abuse" and demanded the company cut ties with SeaWorld.
Angie uses her solid training as a physician, her compassionate heart, and her enviable figure to share the benefits of vegan eating with others," says PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman.
To find out about going vegan and to order a starter kit, go to PETA.
Sensing trouble, the two Peta activists fled from the area as angry people started pelting stones and even hurled slippers at the group.
Boris Zatezic, founder and head cream-whipper at MuLondon says: “MuLondon products are now proudly featuring the PETA cruelty-free & vegan bunny logo.
PETA earned its notoriety not only by virtue of its many successes in favor of animal rights, but also through its calculated involvement in controversy.
Earlier, thousands of students of all ages from schools in Metro Manila have made cards and written letters in support of PETA Asia's campaign for the transfer of Mali.