Religion and Animal Rights Key Terms

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Animal Experimentation
Experiments, using animals as test subject e.g. cosmetic toxicity or new drugs
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Animal Rights
Rights animals have to live without cruelty and have good treatment
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Battery Farming
Animals kept in small enclosed spaces, (prevented from roaming free)
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Bull fighting
A sport which trained matadors fight bulls, leading to the death of the bull
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Cloning
Producing an organism that is identical to another, (asexually)
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Companionship
Keeping someone company e.g a pet Dog
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Extinction
Whole species wiped out, so no more exist and connot exist ever again
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Free Range Farming
Animals are allowed to roam free e.g. free range hens
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Fur Trade
An industry which breeds animals to sell their fur for clothing
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Genetic Modification
DNA is taken and adjusted. Then reinserted into an egg and places in an animals womb
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Hunting
Pursuing an animal with the intention of catching and killing it
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Ivory Trade
An illegal industry that sells items made of ivory (tusks)
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Preservation of species
Actions taken to keep a species from becoming extinct. e.g. zoo breeding programmes
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Status of animals
The value animals have, which decides their rights. e.g. animals are as valuable as humans
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Vegan Diet
A diet that doesn't include any animal product e.g. milk, and meat
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Vegetarian Diet
A diet that doesn't include meat or meat products e.g. meat, and leather
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Zoo
A place where animals are kept for the pleasure of the public
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A sport which trained matadors fight bulls, leading to the death of the bull

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