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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Chemical Animal testing Why is animal testing inhuman? Why are animals poor subjects? Chimpanzees may share 99% of their Dna with humans, and mice share 98% genetics with humansthere are anatomic, metabolites and cellar differences between animals and humans. drugs that pass animals are not always safe, 1950s sleeping pill thalidomide, cased 10,000 babies to be born with severe deformities, but passing the animal testing without a problem. some chemicals that have beenharmful to animals can be valuable to use on humans. aspirin is dangerous for some animal species but proved effective to humans. 95% of animals used are not covered by the animal welfare act [animal welfare act].. these animals are vulnerable tomistreatment and abuse without protection of the AWA. The AWAhas not succeeded in preventing horrific causes of animal abuse in research laboratories. Most experiments are flawed, wasting the life's of the animals.According to humane society international, animals used in experiments are commonly subjected to force feeding, force inhalation, food and water deprivation,prolonged periods of physical restraint, the infliction of burns and other wounds to study the process of healing. How manyanimals have to die before we find a new cure, yes animal testing has helped but in how many ways? each year, more than 100 million animals die from testing. red- Dna they don't share green- Dna they do share red- Dna they don't sharegreen- Dna they do share Mice Cimpanzees Why the AWA doesnt help? sources- Red- not coveredGreen- covered The AWA
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