'Outcry experiment on dogs in Australia'

'Outcry experiment on dogs in Australia'

World September 19, 2016 19:12

- "Animal rights activists have been shocked in Australia on an experiment in which dogs were resuscitated and slain again. Critics complain Australian media that the animals actually twice been killed."

"The experiment of Monash University was to examine how well hearts can be stored for a transplant if the donor is already deceased. The twelve greyhounds in the trial were suffocated, and their hearts were removed and replaced. Although researchers resuscitating animals, the dogs were later date euthanasia."

"Animal rights organization Humane Research Australia labeled the trial as unnecessarily cruel because the animals after resuscitation are slain again.,, People think these things happened long ago or somewhere abroad, but these experiments now taking place, '' said director Helen Marston.\n  \n    \n     \n      \n        0:49\n      \n     Cat rescued after 16 days under rubble\n     \n     \n      \n        1:50\n      \n     This is the most beautiful bikini babe NL\n     \n     \n      \n        1:27\n      \n     Harness looking councilor at home"

"The university has not yet responded. It is not the first time that greyhounds star in a dierenrechtenrel. So leaked last year that screws at the University of Melbourne were placed in the skulls of the animals."

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