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animal testing for human benefit is morally unacceptable
Around the world, animals are used to test pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. They are used in large numbers and treated with cruelty. The results obtained on animal testing are not always correct as the animals used are in not their normal state. In the case of cosmetics, animal testing should be banned strictly as we are not short of shampoos or face creams. In the case of pharmaceuticals animal testing should be reduced. Even animals have as much right as humans to live.
Started on  14-Oct-2007  By  Tina   E-mail : tinahemali_dabi@yahoo.co.in
KOMAL

No one has right to use other living beings for their own benefits. In some products its written "not tested on animals" but those companies do actually test on animals, but not all of them. IF WE WANT WE CAN STOP THE ANIMAL TESTING BY USING THE NATURAL HERBAL PRODUCTS WHICH ARE MOSTLY NOT USED ON ANIMALS. WE CAN ALSO MAKE OUR HOMEMADE SKIN CARE PRODUCTS WHICH IS SUITABLE FOR SKIN, GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH AND OBVIOUSLY GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT TOO. WE CAN ALSO MAKE HOMEMADE PERFUME FROM THE FRAGNANT FLOWERS. WE CAN GET TIPS ON HOW TO MAKE IT FROM INTERNET.

ALANKRITA

Animals are cute, adorable, faithful, useful and most of all theyre rare!!!! so why harm them huh?

RADHAMANOHARAN

Testing on animals should become an illegal process first,how can a animal be tested and tortured for these cosmetics. Now a days cloning is becoming a successful one. We can create in some manner like that and think of various alternatives. Even we can use some other alternatives by the technologies.

SANKET

I would say that the domestication of animals was the beginning of civilization.

MENAKA KAMATH K

I totally agree that man shouldn't test the products on animals. But then what else can he do, test it on humans which is a greater offence. I would like to ask you if you yourself use products which are not animal tested. Look if products were not tested on animals then we would not have any products. We should think practically.

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