Why Animal Experimentation Doesn’t Work — Reason 1: Stressed Animals Yield Poor Data

Imagine you are a monkey in a laboratory and a person dressed in a white coat walks into the room with a catching net. How do you think you would react? You would probably not be surprised to learn that monkeys in this situation immediately show significant distress.

What may surprise you, however, is that the distress that animals in laboratories experience is one of the main reasons why animal experimentation doesn’t work.

Read the full article in the Huffington Post