received anonymously: "December 30, 2017 Philippines 4 baby
chicks liberated from a dirty and rusty cage at poultry keeper's property.
They are now under the care of compassionate hearts and will not be raised
for human consumption ever again."
"27 February 2013 the cage of grass owl in the small zoo on
Boracay, Philippines, was opened in the middle of the day while the zoo
was working and security was present in a couple dozens meters from the
spot. Due to that activists didn't have a chance to neither free other
animals, nor to make a nice video during the process of unlocking the
'The action was administered by Flying Apes Clan (FAC), AR
group, that does undercover and direct action works internationally,
mainly in South Eastern Asia', says the text of the message.
The small zoo situated on Mountain Luho, the highest and
most popular viewpoint in Boracay, provides horrible conditions to
animals. Cages are narrow and dirty, people visiting the place use flash
when they make photos, pointing cameras into animals' faces, some animals
are already depressed ultimately - for example, wild cat eats its own
'For those who suppose that these were the first direct
actions of AR activists on the island, it will be interesting to know
that last year a giant crab was stolen from the restaurant on the beach
of Boracay by FAC. After his claws were released from plastic ropes which
are used to make crabs helpless, he (or she) was put to the sea and went
away slowly moving in crystal clean waters. We never saw greater
picture', - adds FAC. 'These corpses and alive animals waiting for their
miserable death can be seen on the beach day after day - in front of
thousands of people passing by, including children'.
In 2012 FAC also saved and released 7 fishes from fishermen
on the beach of Phangan island in Thailand and opened two cages with
exotic birds on the territory of Antonio Blanco Museum in Ubud (Bali,