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Library Books About Animal Rights

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Animal Experimentation - Susan C. Hunnicutt (Editor)
Call Number: 590.5 Animal
Contains essays that offer different opinions about issues related to animal experimentation, such as the use of chimpanzees in research, replacement of animals in medical research, and the Animal Welfare Act.

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Animal Rights - Patience Coster
Call Number: 590.5 Coster
Presents both sides of the debate on animal rights.

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Animal Rights - Marna A. Owen
Call Number: 590.5 Owen
Discusses issues pertaining to animal rights, covering statistics, laws, and debates about medical experimentation, acceptability of agricultural conditions for animals such as chickens, and the use of animals for zoos, circuses, and other forms of entertainment.

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Animal Experimentation - Peggy J. Parks
Call Number: 590.5 Parks
Provides an overview of issues associated with animal experimentation and contains primary source quotes and statistics on topics, including the benefits of experimentation, if it should be used in education, alternative methods to animal experimentation, and if animal experiments are conducted humanely.

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The Rights of Animals - Debra A. Miller
Call Number: 590.5 Rights
A collection of essays that provides varying perspectives on issues regarding animal rights, and discusses whether animals should have rights, how the food industry treats animals, medical experimentation, animals used for entertainment, and other related topics.

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Is Animal Experimentation Ethical? - Bonnie Szumski
Call Number: 590.5 Szuminski
Examines opposing viewpoints surrounding animal experimentation, with facts, personal accounts, direct quotations, sidebars, and more.

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Zoos and Animal Welfare - Christine Van Tuyl
Call Number: 590.5 Zoos
Should wild animals be kept in captivity? Can animals live a happy and healthy life inside a zoo? Do zoos play an important role in the conservation of animals, especially endangered species? A collection of articles from magazines, editorials, books, and other sources, address these and other controversial issues surrounding zoos and animals welfare.


Library DVDs & Streaming Videos About Animal Rights

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The Cove
Call Number: DVD 599.53 Cove

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Call Number: DVD 599.5 Blackfish

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11th Hour
Call Number: DVD 363.738 11th
A look at the state of the global environment including visionary and practical solutions for restoring the planet's ecosystems.

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Racing Extinction
Call Number: DVD 578.68 Racing
Follows undercover activists trying to stave off a man-made mass extinction. Includes examination of blackmarket industries that support the hunting and overfishing of endangered sharks, whales, manatee, plankton and the impact that global warming is having on our oceans.

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Food Inc. - Robert Kenner
Call Number: DVD 631.5 Food
A look inside America's food industry.

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