This Is the Leather Industry: Grueling Long-Distance Journeys Across Oceans and Around the World

Where does leather come from? This video by cinematographer Manfred Karremann shows the cruel way that live animals are transported halfway around the world on weeks-long journeys before being killed for leather.

It can take days to transport animals across national borders. The stress of transport—often compounded by lengthy delays—results in not only immeasurable suffering but also a heightened risk of spreading diseases—some of which can be passed on to humans.

It’s impossible to tell who or where the leather in shoes, handbags, or other items came from—you could be wearing the skin of one of these suffering animals right now.

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