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    Scientists have introduced cruelty-free testing methods that can save the lives of millions of animals. In vitro testing, models of human cells and tissues are made. These tests are not only saving animals, but are more effective and accurate. Computer simulations are another alternative as well along with stem cell and genetic testing models. Fortunately, artificial human skin and eyes can be made to use in testing. The Draize test is obsolete as synthetic cellular tissue has…

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    applied to the controversial subject of animal rights by many advocates. Is Gandhi right in his way of thinking though? Should animals have rights like humans to be protected and not experimented on? Or does the saving of human lives due to animal testing override the basis of animals having rights? A poll taken in 2011 by a science…

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    Animal Abuse Case Study

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    feeding or for their fur. Animals get abused for different reasons.Experimentation, testing, hunting and dog fighting are many examples of the different types of abuse. . There are many ways and programs to help prevent abuse. Animals are tested and experimented every minute of the day. “A study in 2008 claimed that 115 million animals were used in laboratory each year, and 670,000 thousands animal were in pain due to testing.”(2011) In 2002 there was a case study in new york. A young…

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    Animal Abuse in South Korea South Korea farmers are brutally murdering dogs and cats for cheap meat. The animals are held in tight, small cages made of chicken wire or thin metal. The cages are suspended a little bit above the ground and are not weather acclimated. Due to the small wire and tight spaces, their paws can become damaged. It is also is difficult for them to stand or move around in these small cages for long periods of time because they are packed so tightly in them. Little puppies…

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    Animal Testing Argument Essay

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    animal testing is morally and ethically wrong simply stating that regardless of its purpose and benefit, animal testing is completely unnecessary (Festing & Wilkinson, 2007). These groups like to make it known that animal testing is the cause of animal injuries and deaths. According to PETA, 100 million animals are being tormented and killed in experiments annually. Organizations like PETA such as the ASPCA, Humane Society, and P.A.W.S. have all played a part in the abolishment of animal…

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    The act of animal testing for biomedical research began as early as 500 BC. The known people who had started this were Aristotle and Erasistratus. They performed experiments on living animals. A Greek physician named Galen, who lived from 129-199/217 AD, conducted research on animals to understand studies such as anatomy and pharmacology. A man named Ibn Zuhr was an Arab physician in twelfth century Moorish Spain. He introduced animal testing as a way of practicing medical procedures before…

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    Should Human Products be Tested on Animals? “The question is not, can they reason? nor, can they talk? but, can they suffer?”(qtd. in Should). Millions of animals endure human product testing. Even though they are not as advanced as humans they can still feel and suffer. Common human products are tested on them in different test dealing with toxicity. These tests are unnecessary, costly, and don’t predict reliable results but the truth is ignored. Animals are very different than humans and the…

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    Human Animalistic Instincts and Aggression “Animals do not do what they have done. Animals kill to eat, to defend themselves, or their own, and to protect their territory. Not for the joy of it. Not for the lust of it.” In this quote by Jim Butcher, animals are depicted as creatures who live to guard their possessions because they have to. Human beings adhere similar qualities to animalistic behaviors. Animals must be hostile or hold violent behaviors or attitudes toward another ready to…

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    A SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF ANIMAL METAPHORICAL EXPRESSIONS FOUND IN THE NOVEL “THE WHITE TIGER” BY ARAVIND ADIGA 1. Background of Study The use of animal terms in the human daily conversation has taken place rapidly nowadays which involving the speaker’s thought and emotion. These terms have sort of imagery which is usually delivered through speech acts and idioms. The most common device to use the animal imagery is that by comparing the animal to something unrelated that cannot be taken literally.…

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    of these products more often than we would like to think. There are people who view animals as innocent creatures who cannot possibly fend for themselves, yet there are also others who view animals as testing material for human benefit. While this…

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