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Argument: Animal testing creates a high demand for animals and depletes populations

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Brenda Lachman. "The Case Against Animal Testing". Helium - "In the realm of science, and for the purpose of medicinal and aphrodisiac enhancement, bear gall bladders are sold in astronomical prices in Asian countries like South Korea, Japan, Taiwan and China, because of the demand, the bear population diminished in those countries so Asian merchants came to the Shenandoah Valley and the Berkshire mountains in Massachusetts to procure bear gall bladders from the North American black bear."

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