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  • Science Needs Animal Testing

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    being conducted via animal experimentation. It is often said that animal testing should not be implemented, for it is not morally ideal or necessary. Opponents of animal testing urgently demand for alternative methods, which aim to replace the practice of animal studies. However, first and foremost, animal research saves lives. It is undeniable that animal-based experimentation has played a vital part in finding drugs and live-saving treatments to improve health and medicine. Animal studies also contributed

  • Animal Abuse in the name of Science

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    Animal Abuse in the name of Science Millions of animals each year are used in product testing, medical and education experimentation. The animals are put through medical procedures and made to perform different acts all in the name of science. Although medical research has developed many treatments and cures to disease, the suffering and long term effects by animals during this experimentation is inhumane, cruel and often leads to the death of the animal. [IdeaConnection] Animals are used in experimentations

  • Animal Abuse in the name of Science

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    Millions of animals each year are used in product testing, medical and education experimentation. The animals are put through medical procedures and made to perform different acts all in the name of science. Although medical research has developed many treatments and cures to disease, the suffering and long term effects by animals during this experimentation is inhumane, cruel and often leads to the death of the animal. [IdeaConnection] Animals are used in experimentations for chemical, drug, food

  • Stop Animal Cruelty in Science Experiments

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    Animals are not only bred inside laboratories, but also obtained from special dealers, animal shelters, and directly from the wild. Dogs and cats are usually obtained from Class A or B dealers. Class A dealers specialize in selling purpose-bred animals, or animals bred specifically for experimentation. Class B dealers buy animals at auctions, through newspaper ads, or animal shelters, and then sell them to laboratories. Animals acquired from shelters is known as “pound seizure”.1 In the United States

  • Annotations For The Article: Animal Testing Is Bad Science

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    Animals should not be used as test subjects for any research. The innocent and helpless animals’ rights are being violated when they are involved during animal experimentation. These unfortunate animals do not have a choice whether or not they want to be involved in testing. They are not intended for people to experiment on for their own selfish reasons. It is not right to take advantage of the animals because they are helpless and cannot protect themselves. Animals and humans have similarities;

  • Animal Science - Vibriosis

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    When researching diseases that affect animals, I chose to research one that deals with cattle. This disease would be a reproductive venereal disease called vibriosis. Vibriosis can affect all breeds of cattle, male or female, and is the most important cause of infertility in female cattle along with occasional abortions. This disease is caused by bacteria that live in the crevices of a bull’s prepuce, of a bull aged four years or older (Hansen, 1914). Age is a factor because the foreskin of a bull

  • Importance Of Animal Science Essay

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    All About Animal Science What is animal science? Why does animal science even exist? How many areas of study ar in animal science s? Does the average person relate to animal science at any given point in their life? Animals “ are a part of our sustenance, our sociology, and our day-to-day lives.” Animals play a vital role in our lives that we live and why we study everything about them. Animal science, “the combination of disciplines that together comprise the study of domestic animals.” That is

  • Implementing an Animal Science Class

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    schools in America have classes which pertain to the study of animals. A countless number of schools have recently added multiple classes such as these. Hurricane High School especially is in need of adding an animal science class. Many students would benefit from this class in several different ways. Not only this, but the school will benefit greatly as well. It is highly recommended that Hurricane High School should offer an animal science class for the 2014-15 school year. This class would benefit

  • Persuasive Essay On Animal Science

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    what zoologist do. Zoologist study the origin and development of animals species, their habits and behavior towards each other, and the way they act in different environments. They also do research to learn how animal diseases are developed and their traits are passed from generation to generation. They have a program out there called Greenpeace. Greenpeace is basically a volunteer system for people who want to learn more about animals and interact with them. Greenpeace is a very challenging job to

  • The Importance of the Animal Industry and Science

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    This made up a complex relationship between human and animals. Animals are used for variety of purposes such as providing food, acting as companion and using for scientific research. As humans developed their skills, they started to domesticate animals. Livestock are domesticated animals raised in an agricultural setting to produce commodities such as food, fibre and labour. The world’s population now exceeds seven billion. The number of farm animals reared for food globally has risen from 60 billion

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