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Every single day an estimated 275,000 animals are used and killed in laboratories worldwide. They include mice, rats, birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, pigs, sheep, dogs, monkeys, chimpanzees & cats. Animals are losing their lives at an unimaginable scale. More than 150 billion animals are killed in the world per year by the meat, dairy, egg & fish industries. More than 3,000 animals die every second in slaughterhouses around the world. As you are reading this, billions of animals are being forced to live in conditions so appalling they defy credibility.

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We are here to share important information about unnecessary cruelty, environmental destruction and the health impact of animal agriculture. We`d love you to take a moment to read the facts presented here. Here you will be exposed to the truth that too many vested interests have desperately attempted to prevent you from learning. The information that is shared within these pages can improve your own life immeasurably, while offering the clearest solution to some of the most pressing issues of our age.

Be warned. Some of the videos within these pages are graphic, but it is important that people see the reality of what animals are forced to endure. We should know what we are supporting when buying animal products. Some people won`t believe the reality of what happens until they see it with their own eyes. And, most importantly, the animals deserve to have their stories told.

“These practices exist because we do not take seriously the interests of other animals. The term vivisection is used to apply to all types of experiments on living animals and is said to be a form of medical science. The reason for experimentation of this type is to allegedly discover cures for human ailments and illnesses. But those who hope to find remedies for human ills by inflicting deliberate sufferings on animals commit two fundamental errors in understanding. The first is the assumption that results obtained on animals are applicable to mankind. The second concerns the inevitable fallacy of experimental science in respect to the field of organic life. Since animals react differently from human beings, every new product or method tried out on animals must be tried out again on man through careful clinical tests before it can be considered safe. Tests on animals are dangerous because they lead to wrong conclusions. But furthermore, they retard clinical investigation, which is the only valid kind. Unfortunately such methods still sail today under the flag of `science,` which is an insult to true Science, as well as human intelligence.”
Shaun Monson, Earthlings

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Animals

Would you save an animal’s life given the opportunity: a thought experiment

Beyond the scope of animal testing, had you been given the opportunity to save an animal’s life, would you take it? Saving animals from harm goes beyond animal testing but extends to our use of animals for food, clothing, and entertainment.

Beyond the Scope of Animal Testing

Animals and Health

Animal Products are the Leading Cause of Death

Our food choices are proving fatal for human health. Looking at all cause mortality for men and women in developed nations, 14 out of the 15 leading causes of death can be directly attributed to our consumption of animals and their by-products. Source: Nutirionfacts.

Health Consequences of Animal Products

Animals and the Environment

Animal Agriculture is the Greatest Environmental Threat

Animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, water consumption and pollution, is responsible for more greenhouse gases than the transportation industry, and is a primary driver of rainforest destruction, species extinction, habitat loss, topsoil erosion, ocean “dead zones,” and virtually every other environmental ill. Source: Cowspiracy.

Environmental Impact of Animal Agriculture

Animals and Humanity

A vegan diet would solve world hunger, fuel poverty, and the worst impacts of climate change.

Worldwide, at least 50% of grain is fed to livestock. 82% of starving children live in countries where food is fed to animals, and the animals are eaten by western countries. There is 15x more protein on any given area of land with plants Source: EarthSave.

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