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Tag Your Friends: 10,000,000 Too Many

Posted by  Bridget Dillon

News flash: Animals don’t belong in the classroom.

You may be told to cut up dead animals for “science.” But remember this: You don’t have to—and the more friends who say “no” along with you, the more animals you’ll save.

Most animals used for classroom dissection did NOT die of natural causes—your teacher may have failed to mention that many were bred in warehouses, taken from the wild, or obtained from slaughterhouses after their mothers were killed. Some might even be lost animal companions. 🙁

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Don’t be fooled—as students, you and your friends can make a huge difference for animals. Getting your friends and classmates to join you in boycotting dissection is as easy as one-two-three (tagged friends on Insta, that is!). Just follow these steps:

  1. Tag at least five friends in this peta2 Instagram post with the message “This is why you should say no to dissection!”
  2. Take a screenshot and submit it through the form for 1,000 points!

Why is this important? More than 10 million animals need YOU to get your school on the right side of history, and your anti-dissection campaign will have more credibility coming from a group. Getting others involved makes it both fun and easy-peasy to help animals at school. 🙂

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