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More than 5,800 dogs used for research in Australia. Poppy and Alvin: surrendered to Beagle Freedom Australia after being used to study topical skin treatments. Click here to learn more about the faces behind the statistics.
More than 272,000 sheep used for research in Australia. Latrobe Lambs: used in nutritional studies. Were to be killed at the conclusion of research, but were saved. Click here to learn more about the faces behind the statistics
More than 603,800 domestic fowl used for research in Australia. Veronica Lake: surrendered to the RSPCA after being used for research. Her last days were lived out at Hogwatch Animal Sanctuary. Click here to learn more about the faces behind the statistics
More than 1,303,900 mice used for research in Australia. Charliemouse: used to test medical products, but rescued at 2 months old. Click here to learn more about the faces behind the statistics
More than 1,500 cats used for research in Australia. Leo: spent many years in a laboratory undergoing eye experiments and vaccination research, then surrendered to a rescue group. Click here to learn more about the faces behind the statistics
More than 1,500 cats used for research in Australia. Leo: spent many years in a laboratory undergoing eye experiments and vaccination research, then surrendered to a rescue group. Click here to learn more about the faces behind the statistics

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