There are plenty of organizations around the world who are fighting for animal rights. They want the ban on animal consumption and they believe that animals should have the same rights as humans.
However, this is insignificant compared to what you will see in this article.
It seems lately that two groups of researchers have received the green light to do genetic experiments on animals.
King’s College and the University of Newcastle and Warwick have begun to use animal ovules in their experiments.
Britain has begun to create human-animal hybrids for the official purpose of trying to treat certain diseases. According to sources inside, at the moment there are no less than 155 hybrids that have been created in the last 3 years.
Scientists make these hybrids to develop embryonic stem cells.