Millions of animals die each year because scientist unfortunately test, practically everything on the animals before people. Cosmetics, medications, and hand sanitizers are some of the things tested on animals. Gillette is one company who tests their products on animals. I remember reading an email once showing where Gillette researchers put things like shaving cream, etcetera into the eyes of defenseless bunnies to see if it burned, and the bunnies screamed. Drug manufacturers test medications on animals after they have been injected with viruses and diseases to see if the medications work on the animals.
For example, The class ended up discovering 17 Townsend voles, being the most found species, and found only 1 Creeping vole and 1 Coast mole (those being the least discovered). Given the knowledge that owls normally produce about 1 pellet a day, one can conclude that an owl feeds twice a day because of the average concluded in this lab. The average was again, 2.2 animals per pellet. This lab could also help determine what kind of animal the owl prefers or has the least trouble preying. As stated before, Townsend moles were found most out of the 11 species discovered in the lab.
In the story of the Evil of Animal “Rights”, the writer tells us that animals are being test every day which causes death to most of them. He says that it is not a right to kill animals. Then, he gives so many evidences to prove using testing animals are extinct. I think, using animals for testing give us new vaccine which makes our lives better. Without animals for testing, where would our lives be going?
The Price of Beauty Is it worth killing animals for a mascara? Many companies to create a new mascara scientists test the chemicals on rabbits to see its reaction. The result is, hundreds of rabbits blind or dead due to the creation of ONE mascara. Alternatives have been created all over the world for animal testing on cosmetics, which are more accurate, since rabbits, dogs, cats, etc. don’t react the same way as us.
She states “for each clone born, hundreds of others never make it past the first days and weeks” (2). According to a recent study at the University of Utah, .1%-3% of all clone attempts work. Even though it works, and the clone is born successfully, to this date, there has not been a single clone that has been born perfectly normal. All clones have been born with either major or minor mutations. The reason for the mutations is that the DNA inside a natural embryo is programmed to set off signals to activate certain sets of genes.
Many thousands of animals (such as rabbits, mice, rats and guinea pigs) are used every year in the tests, but how reliable and applicable are the results to humans? The problem The ‘Draize Eye Irritancy Test’ is just one example of the many experiments animals are used for in countries outside of the EU. The test is often associated with rabbits; however dogs and non-human primates can also be used for this procedure. John H. Draize developed the test in 1944, in order to evaluate the irritation caused by a number of chemicals that are used in the cosmetics industry. In the test, the substance that the scientist is trying to evaluate is placed into one eye, whilst the other eye acts as a control.
In fact, almost ten per cent aren't and 9 % of the ones who are die. In research labs, animals are screamed at, hit, and stuffed in tiny cages when researchers are finished using them. It is also stated that ninety-two per cent out of every 100 drugs that passed animal
Dogs confined in small wire cages for their entire lives, fed inadequately, kept in unheated buildings, and denied basic veterinary care. The breeding dogs are sick, wounded, and malnourished, and their lives are miserable. When their breeding usefulness is over, they may be killed or dumped. Large-scale mills do not take their older dogs to shelters, because they don’t want to draw attention to themselves. According to The Humane Society of the United States, there may be as many as 10,000 puppy mills operating across the United States.
One lab costs around $36 million dollars, this money can be used for many purposes other than torturing animals for selfish reasons. One animal dies in a laboratory every second, in Japan only two seconds and in the UK every twelve seconds, if we add Canada to the list how many poor animals will be killed then? Not only does Vivi-section violate animal rights but it can also be misleading since animals don’t have the exact same DNA makeup. So why are we killing 100-300 million animals each year, and not just killing them torturing them while they are alive and getting inaccurate results? Vivi section is not right there are many alternatives to find Vivi-section, to find out about their internal make-up scientists could always experiment after natural death instead of killing the animal in such a cruel