Vivisection (Experimentation on living animals) began as early as the 17th century by Philosopher Jeremy Bentham. Bentham rejected the theory (by Philosopher Rene Descartes) "That animals are not able to reason and therefore do not feel pain and suffering." Betham's theory on animals was "The question is not can they reason, nor can they talk but can they suffer?"
Cosmetics testing on living animals began in 1933 after a lady who was applying mascara got it in her eye and she went blind. …
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