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The Use of Animals in Higher Education: Problems, Alternatives, & Recommendations

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An excellent and thorough analysis of the harmful use of animals in education and the evidence supporting humane alternatives.
Paperback, 104 pages
Published December 31st 2000 by Humane Society of the United States (first published June 30th 2000)
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Classroom dissection is a perennial issue that animal protection groups haven’t given enough attention. A respectable book with a rational outlook, Animals in Higher Education offers information for the student, teacher, or animal advocate wishing to learn more about the humane issues involved. It even has a scientific pedigree—the renowned Dr. Jane Goodall contributes the foreword.

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Jonathan Balcombe was born in England, raised in New Zealand and Canada, and has lived in the United States since 1987. He has three biology degrees, including a PhD in ethology (the study of animal behavior) from the University of Tennessee, where he studied communication in bats. He has published over 45 scientific papers on animal behavior and animal protection.

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