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Wednesday, 03 August 2011


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Thank you for your comment, Denise.

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If only more of those in animal research fields shared Bailey's sense of compassion for the animals they study. Yes, in some cases, the end may justify the means but all too often, we experiment on animals for non-essential purposes, subjecting them to unnecessary pain and suffering.

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The Field Book Project is a joint initiative of the Smithsonian Institution Archives and National Museum of Natural History with the goal of creating a Field Book Registry, one online location for field book content.
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