When UK Researchers Play God – 150 Human-Animal Hybrids Were Created In Top-Secret Labs

The use of animals as food or fodder has been a source of contention for quite some time. More and more activist groups, such as PETA, are fighting for animal rights, highlighting that animals, like people, have feelings.

This, however, pales in comparison to what you’re about to learn. Many organizations have begun to use animals in their research.

These groupings more particularly are King’s College, the University of Newcastle, and Warwick University. Animal ovules can be used in these two universities’ investigations.

Some pigs treated with in-testing face wash, for example, developed inflamed eyes to the point where they couldn’t even open their eyes. Of course, they always say that it’s better for an animal to suffer than for a person to suffer.

There’s more, though. According to reports, Britain has begun to produce animal-human hybrids in order to discover a treatment for a variety of maladies. Over 155 hybrids have been generated in the previous three years, according to reports.

Scientists continue forward arguing that even though it may seem harsh and disgusting, these trials are useful for the development of embryonic stem cells.

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