• Libery Project - Animal Testing

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    Over a year ago

    WHat are some things I should put into my powerpoint on Animal Testing??

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    Over a year ago

    Hey @4kicks,

    It’s great that you’re using your school project to speak up for animals who are used in cruel experiments! You can find all of the info you need on our “Class Projects” page here: http://www.peta2.com/actions/homework/. :)

    E-mail us at peta2@peta2.com if you have any questions!

    ~Annie from peta2. :)

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    Over a year ago

    I read one book called Animal Experimentation. It discusses both sides of the issue and was written by an (read this twice) ovolacto vegetarian animal testing scientist. He even claims that animal testing is flawed and not helpful. At first I was like what a hypocrite, but then I saw the real issue he was trying to cover. Peter Singer discusses it too in Animal Liberation. All animals are equal and testing on people is testing is as bad as testing on animals. If one was to die to save millions it would be legitimate because one life is not worth more than the others. Now I’m not saying we should animal test, but this discusses certain scenarios. Singer is a bioethics professor so a lot of philosophy is involved. Hope this helped.

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    Over a year ago

    You should put that it’s not right to hurt cute little animals. And that if people want to perform tests, they should test them on themselves. They want the results, the animals don’t. Plus, humans aren’t animals, and animals body’s are going to react differently to things than humans’ do. So really tests don’t prove much of anything unless it’s a product for the animal.

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    Over a year ago

    I found this site about animal testing, hope it’s useful: http://www.eceae.org/en/the-truth-about-animal-testing/eu-statistics

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