Horror German Lab Raided Where Monkeys Were Filmed Screaming During A Test!

It's surprising to know that there are labs in the world where they conduct experiments on animals in name of research and science. Recently, German where animal "testing" was being carried out is raided! Look over all the details about the lab and the monkey screaming during test

The Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology (LPT) near Hamburg

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Cruelty-Free Organization, one of the organizations working hard to put an end to animal cruelty worldwide went undercover in the laboratory from December 2018 until March 2019. And the images and footages they shared on the Internet are a shame to humanity.

Images that went viral.

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Animal activist  Soko Tierschutz along with the organization carried out an undercover investigation to reveal the dark face behind the research conducted on animals for the “better future”. They witnessed monkeys strangled to death along with cats and dogs caged inside the small space.

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Worst than concentration camps

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Monkeys’ chest was penned with the serial number and their hands strapped down for testing. However, actions are taken by the local authority and it’s reported that the detention laboratory will be closed soon. ‘We found the cages were far too small, just as the activists claimed.’

Cats and Dogs were not spared

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A beagle was found to be bleeding post the experiment. It’s also reported that tubes were forced down their tubes and were also given capsules during the experiments.

Asking for help!

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‘The animals were even still waggling their tails when they were being taken to be killed, the dogs were desperate for human contact.’ the activist told the sources. The cats are said to be given 13 injections per day and are caged to let them suffer.

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Actions needCrue to be taken

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Minister for Agriculture Barbara Otte-Kinast said: “If these allegations prove to be true, they would have to be punished and quick consequences are to be put in place. Possible revocation of the animal testing license is being checked by Laves.”

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Cruelty-Free Organization call on the investigation

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Michelle Thew, Chief Executive of Cruelty-Free International, stated: “Our investigation has uncovered appalling animal suffering, inadequate care, poor practices and breaches of European and German law.” “We are calling for the Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology (LPT) to be closed.”

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