Icelandic whaling vessels Minke whale meat kebabs, Reykjavik Iceland is one of a handful of countries that still maintain a whaling fleet. One company concentrates on hunting fin whaleslargely for export to Japan, while the only other one hunts minke whales for domestic consumption, as the meat is popular with tourists.
Enos the space chimp before insertion into the Mercury-Atlas 5 capsule in This rat is being deprived of restful sleep using a single platform "flower pot" technique. The water is within 1 cm of the small flower pot bottom platform where the rat sits. At the onset of sleep, the rat would either fall into the water only to clamber back to the pot to avoid drowning, or its nose would become submerged into the water shocking it back to an awakened state.
Mice are the most commonly used vertebrate species because of their size, low cost, ease of handling, and fast reproduction rate.
Over 20, rabbits were used for animal testing in the UK in The numbers of rabbits used for this purpose has fallen substantially over the past two decades. Inthere were 3, procedures on rabbits for eye irritation in the UK,  and in this number was just Cats[ edit ] Cats are most commonly used in neurological research.
In the UK, just procedures were carried out on cats in The number has been around for most of the last decade.
Laika and Soviet space dogs Dogs are widely used in biomedical research, testing, and education—particularly beaglesbecause they are gentle and easy to handle, and to allow for comparisons with historical data from beagles a Reduction technique.
They are used as models for human and veterinary diseases in cardiology, endocrinologyand bone and joint studies, research that tends to be highly invasive, according to the Humane Society of the United States. Animal testing on non-human primates Non-human primates NHPs are used in toxicology tests, studies of AIDS and hepatitis, studies of neurologybehavior and cognition, reproduction, geneticsand xenotransplantation.
They are caught in the wild or purpose-bred.
In the United States and China, most primates are domestically purpose-bred, whereas in Europe the majority are imported purpose-bred. Department of Agriculturethere were 71, monkeys in U. As ofthere are approximately chimpanzees in U. Laboratory animal sources and International primate trade Animals used by laboratories are largely supplied by specialist dealers.
Sources differ for vertebrate and invertebrate animals. Most laboratories breed and raise flies and worms themselves, using strains and mutants supplied from a few main stock centers. Animal shelters also supply the laboratories directly. Mice are either bred commercially, or raised in the laboratory.
Department of Agriculture USDA to sell animals for research purposes, while Class B dealers are licensed to buy animals from "random sources" such as auctions, pound seizure, and newspaper ads. Some Class B dealers have been accused of kidnapping pets and illegally trapping strays, a practice known as bunching.
Fourteen states explicitly prohibit the practice, while the remainder either allow it or have no relevant legislation. The latter requirement may also be exempted by special arrangement. Over half the primates imported between and were handled by Charles River Laboratoriesor by Covancewhich is the single largest importer of primates into the U.
Animal cognitionPain in animalsPain in fishPain in amphibiansPain in invertebratesand Pain in cephalopods Prior to dissection for educational purposes, chloroform was administered to this common sand frog to induce anesthesia and death.
The extent to which animal testing causes pain and sufferingand the capacity of animals to experience and comprehend them, is the subject of much debate. The five categories are "sub-threshold", "mild", "moderate", "severe" and "non-recovery", the latter being procedures in which an animal is anesthetized and subsequently killed without recovering consciousness.
Academic reviews of the topic are more equivocal, noting that although the argument that animals have at least simple conscious thoughts and feelings has strong support,  some critics continue to question how reliably animal mental states can be determined.
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