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Animal rights
The rights animals have to live without cruelty, and to have good treatment
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Battery farming
Sometimes known as Factory Farming. Animals (mainly hens) are kept in small cages and are not allowed to go outside
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Factory Farming
When animals are used for meat and dairy products, but are kept indoors in very small cages
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Cloning
Making an exact copy of something living e.g. animal or plant
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Extinction
Where a whole species has been wiped out (no more exist)
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Free range
Animals are farmed and given outside space to move around
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Gensis
1st book in the Bible - describes animals being created
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Genetic modification
DNA is changed, placed into an egg, which is then placed into an animal to grow
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Halal
Permitted (allowed) - method of slaughter for animals in Islam and types of meat allowed
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Haram
Forbidden - food which is not allowed e.g. pig
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Hunting
Chasing an animal in order to kill it
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Vegan
A person who does not eat or use any any products of an animal e.g. milk, leather
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Vegetarian
A person who does not eat meat
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Vivisection
Testing on animals, for medical or cosmetic purposes, to ensure the product is safe for humans
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Sometimes known as Factory Farming. Animals (mainly hens) are kept in small cages and are not allowed to go outside

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Battery farming

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When animals are used for meat and dairy products, but are kept indoors in very small cages

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Making an exact copy of something living e.g. animal or plant

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Card 5

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Where a whole species has been wiped out (no more exist)

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