Should we use animals for scientific tests? - Coggle Diagram
Should we use animals for scientific tests?
Animal testing should not be allowed in Canada because people put the animals through the most amount of pain and it can kill the animal.
Animal testing that goes wrong should not be allowed because if they put an eye drop in a cats eye, there is a chance that that eye drop could not work and harm the animal. Even if a product does not work they could still sell it and cause harm on a person.
Have you ever wanted to stop scientific test on animals?
Have you ever wondered what happens to animals after scientist have done an experiment on them?
History and Backround
In the twentieth century drug testing on animals became important.
The first animal that was tested on was a sheep.
Every year, more than 100 million animals die from testing in the U.S. laboratories. Some of the animals are Cats, Dogs, Mice, Fish, Monkeys, Birds, Rabbits, and Hamsters.
Animal testing is preformed on animals first before they do it on humans because animals are almost like humans.
Animal testing first started in the 12th century.
Argument #2 Products are harmful
Cause an animal to die
Cause a reaction to the body and skin, go death, go blind
Cause a person to die
Argument #1 Why animal testing should not be allowed
Cause animals to die
Causes animals to go death, blind, or something even worse.
Causes an animal to go through pain.
1,100 companies have stopped all animal testing
It is legal to have animal testing in Canada and it is legal to give the animals the most amount of pain.
Argument #3 How Testing can be useful
We can make sure that no humans use it if it is harmful
We can use that product to know if we can use it for a sickness of a human and an animal.
Testing can be useful because we can tell if it does anything or not