Should Animal Testing Be Banned?

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Should animal testing be banned? Nowadays, a lot of animals has been tested on a range of experiments over the world. You could be supporting animal teasing cruelty without knowing it. Have you ever check if there’s animal testing on the cosmetics before you buy it? Today, a lot of cosmetics has been testing on helpless animals and there are about 1.4 million animals die each year from animal testing ( CatalanoJ, 1994). Most of the experiments that are completed in the laboratories are very cruel and cold blood which you can never imagine human do that to each other. Therefore, I strongly believe that animal testing should be banned because it is cruel, inaccurate, unnecessary and expensive reasons. To begin with, animal testing should be banned because to experiment on live animals is just too cruel and barbaric. It is just trail and error on animals. Human treated animals’ lives like dirt and even thought they can’t talk, they still have rights. In addition, around 9 up to 10 innocent animals are dying for a failed product (MorganS, 2001). Animal testing is very painful and disgusting experiments. Animals will be locked in a small cages with a hole for the animals head to be trapped into, so they can not move around while doing the testing. Many terrible ways of completing experiments has been used on animals by pouring drain killer into the eye of animals, or putting on chemicals on shaved skin. For example, rows of rabbits are locked into restraining stocks prior to

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