ban animal testing

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My name is Mia and I am in grade school. I believe animal testing should be banned. Based on the research I have done this is what I found... PLEASE SIGN MY PETITION

U.S law allows animals to be burned, shocked, poisoned, isolated, starved, drowned, addicted to drugs and brain damaged. No animals are safe from experimentation. Animals suffer from the effects of these chemicals and drugs,  research has shown that just the experience of being force-fed the test substance can result in extreme distress, animals are deliberately sickened with toxic chemicals or infected with disease, they live in barred cages.Humans and animals are very different, So animal experiments often produce inaccurate or Unsuitable results. Millions of animals suffer and die in testing, training, and other experiments. More than a hundred million animals suffer and die in the US every year and cruel chemical, drug, food, and cosmetics tests as well as medical training exercise and curiosity-driven medical experiments at universities. Different species are used around the world, but most common include mice, fish, rats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, farm animals, Birds, cats, dogs, Mini pig, and non-human primates monkeys, and in some countries, chimpanzees. Testing is animal cruelty. ... Animal testing is cruel and NEEDS to STOP , because it has it has far too many damaging consequences for Animals, humans and the environment. Animal testing has been around for many years and has served a variety of purposes. 22% of all regulated animals used in labs are guinea pigs, by far the most who's animal in research and testing, followed by rabbits 17% and hamsters 11%. Since 2016 the numbers of dogs in labs has increased 12%, rabbits over 16%, and sheep 19%. 2004, the FDA estimated that 92% of drugs that pass preclinical Tests, including pivotal animal tests, failed to proceed to the market. More recent analysis suggests that, Despite efforts to improve the predictability of animal testing, the failure rate has actually increased and is now closer to 96%.