Should we put a ban to animal testing?
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12% Fish, amphibians, reptiles and birds (including many fertilised hen's eggs)
1% Small mammals other than rodents, mostly rabbits and ferrets
2.6% Sheep, cows, pigs and other large mammals
0.3% Dogs and cats. Specially bred for research. No strays or unwanted pets can be used
0.15% Monkeys, such as marmosets and macaques. Chimpanzees, orang-utans and gorillas have not been used in this country for over 20 years and their use is now banned. Most are Rats, mice and other rodents such as frogs. I would also love to point out that all of the research we do from this, not only benefits humans but also animals also because we will know how to treat them.
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Vote Placed by niltiac 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Both sides put up a strong argument...I was 100% against animal testing before viewing this debate, Pro managed to sway my opinion by a lot, which is a very good job. Both sides did well, however.
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