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They've chased fast food restaurants and circuses for years, but for the first time People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has written a Most Wanted List of anti-animal targets. And they did it for Washington Whispers.
Some of the targets, like SeaWorld and Ringling Brothers, have been aggressively chased by PETA for years because of alleged cruelty to show animals and mammals. But PETA's new wanted poster includes some unusual figures like NASA for its plan to test space radiation on monkeys and Vogue's editor Anna Wintour for promoting fur in her glossy pages. And of course BP has been added to the list because of the damage to the Gulf Coast wildlife in the oil spill.