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EXPERIMENTATION
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Definitions

  1. Animals are abused in three main ways. (Web site)
  2. Animals are a major group of organisms, classified as the kingdom Animalia or Metazoa.
  3. Animals are eukaryotic and usually multicellular (although see Myxozoa), which separates them from bacteria and most protists. (Web site)
  4. Animals are eukaryotes, and diverged from the same group of flagellate protozoa that gave rise to the fungi and choanoflagellates. (Web site)
  5. The animals are often immobilized in cages from which only their heads may show.

Abuse

  1. The industry and its people profit because animals, who cannot defend themselves against abuse, are legally imprisoned and exploited. (Web site)
  2. Alliance for Animals - increases public awareness of animal abuse. (Web site)

Factory

  1. Animals in fur factory farms are fed meat byproducts considered unfit for human consumption. (Web site)
  2. Gallery of Factory Farming Photos and Videos Witness first-hand what farm animals endure.

Animals

  1. View some of the animals we have for adoption HERE.
  2. No More Cruelty Humans have abused and hurt animals.
  3. Educating the public of humane treatment of all animals and responsible pet ownership. (Web site)
  4. Lists animals available for adoption, special event, volunteer, and pet therapy program information, and resources for reporting animal cruelty. (Web site)
  5. Provides respite for animals through volunteer foster homes.

Shelter

  1. DAWS helps this foundation by finding homes for their animals here in CT.
  2. Never ignore stray animals on the street, where they can become victims of disease, starvation, and human cruelty. (Web site)
  3. Overpopulation of domesticated animals is a community-wide problem.
  4. Angels For Animals - Shelter for homeless dogs and cats in Canfield. (Web site)
  5. RSPCA VIC - Provides shelter for abandoned, stray, and surrendered animals.

Motile

  1. When animals eat these plants (or eat other animals which have eaten plants), the sugars produced by the plant are used by the animal. (Web site)
  2. Most animals grow by indirectly using the energy of sunlight. (Web site)
  3. Animals who live close to hydrothermal vents and cold seeps on the ocean floor are not dependent on the energy of sunlight. (Web site)
  4. Embryos pass through a blastula stage, which is a characteristic exclusive to animals.
  5. Most animals are motile - they can move spontaneously and independently.

Animal Shelter

  1. Adopt your companion animals from shelters. (Web site)
  2. Animal shelters and SPCAs always need help socializing cats and walking dogs, fostering animals, and cleaning cages and pens. (Web site)
  3. Safe Haven for Animals is a no kill, non-profit animal shelter in the Phoenix area. (Web site)
  4. The Owen Sound Animal Shelter provides care to stray animals until owners can reclaim them, and opportunities for people to adopt a pet into a loving home.

Animal Rights

  1. Animals Voice Online An online version of the Animals' Voice Magazine with educational and networking resources for animal rights activists.
  2. Orange County People for Animals - information on vivisection, vegetarianism, animal rights, and pet overpopulation. (Web site)

Animal Control

  1. Animal control departments are also responsible for investigating incidents of human contact with both wild and domestic animals, such as bites.
  2. There is a fee to reclaim animals captured by the Animal Control Officer.

Dedicated

  1. Such people as Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger are dedicated to helping carriage horses, working animals with minimal protections. (Web site)
  2. The HSUS is dedicated to creating a world where our relationship with animals is guided by compassion.
  3. Animals In Print is an animal rights organization dedicated to educating others about cruelty towards animals. (Web site)
  4. Hearts United for Animals is a national no-kill animal shelter, sanctuary and animal welfare organization dedicated to the relief of suffering.

Cruelty

  1. Capturing young animals from the wild to sell them to zoos is a cruel practice both for mother and baby. (Web site)
  2. They may believe that humans have a moral responsibility not to cause cruelty (unnecessary suffering) to animals. (Web site)
  3. Liberation Magazine Dedicated to stopping the exploitation of animals and the planet.
  4. International wildlife charity dedicated to protecting animals from cruelty and exploitation.

Cages

  1. Ranch-raised foxes are kept in cages only 2.5 feet square (minks in cages 1-foot-by-3-feet), with up to four animals per cage.
  2. Semi-aquatic animals, such as beavers, are also trapped, but in underwater cages. (Web site)

Experimentation

  1. Military experimentation has long been considered to be an area where many different species of animals are abused perhaps as in no other area.
  2. If the AWA is followed, animals are treated ethically and there is a need for the experiment, then animal experimentation is justified.

Cruel

  1. Clearly stating both sides, it debunks the myth that using live animals for medical experimentation is not only cruel but unnecessary as well.
  2. Respect for Animals campaigns against the cruel and unnecessary international fur trade, believing fur farming and trapping to be morally indefensible. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Life
  2. Nature > Life > Organisms > Eukaryotes
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Life > Organisms
  4. Glossaries > Glossary of Animals /
  5. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information > Science > Biology

Subcategories

Animal Rights (8)
Animal Welfare (1)
Arthropods (5)
Birds (29)
Chicken (1)
Chordates (2)
Cnidarians (1)
Cows (1)
Cryptozoology (1)
Ctenophores (1)
Dogs (48)
Echinoderms (2)
Extinct Mammals (8)
Feces (3)
Felines (1)
Fur (1)
Human Body (2)
Hunting (8)
Insects (20)
Leather (1)
Livestock (7)
Locomotion (1)
Molluscs (6)
Nematodes (3)
Pets (1)
Platyhelminthes (1)
Predation (1)
Respiration (1)
Sheep (2)
Snakes (6)
Specific Animals (1)
Spiders (13)
Tetrapods (4)
Turtles (2)
Vertebrates (2)
Wild Animals (1)
Zoos (2)
Anaconda
Animal Aid
Animal Communication
Animal Products
Annelid
Aquaria
Bambi
Baylisascaris
Bilateria
Bite
Blastula
Brachiopod
Breed
Bruce Friedrich
Bryozoa
Canine Distemper
Canine Parvovirus
Cat
Chrissie Hynde
Chupacabra
Cnidaria
Dewclaw
Elephant
Embryo
Entoprocta
Extinct Animals
Fauna
Fetus
Furcadia
Fylgja
Gastrolith
Gastrulation
Germ Layer
Glycogenolysis
Guard Hair
Horse
Huntingdon Life Sciences
Iguana
Insemination
Interpersonal Relationship
Invasive Species
Invertebrate
Ivory
Konik
Larva
Liver
Lizard
Nest
Oogenesis
Orthonectida
Pashupati
Pet
Pet Food
Placenta
Radiata
Rib
Secretion
Snail
Snout
Tick
Trophy Hunting
Vermin
Vertebrate
Veterinarians
Wildlife Safari
Wiwaxia
Worm
Glossary of Animals
Zygote
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