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Animal testing Main articles Animal testing Alternatives to animal testing Testing on: invertebrates frogs · primates rabbits · rodents Animal testing regulations History of animal testing History of model organisms IACUC Laboratory animal sources Pain and suffering in lab animals Testing cosmetics on animals Toxicology testing Vivisection Issues Biomedical Research Animal rights/Animal welfare Animals (Scientific Procedures) Great ape research ban International trade in primates Controversial experiments Britches · Brown Dog affair Cambridge University primates Pit of despair Silver Spring monkeys Unnecessary Fuss Companies Charles River Laboratories, Inc. Covance · Harlan Huntingdon Life Sciences UK lab animal suppliers Nafovanny · Shamrock Groups/campaigns AALAS · AAAS · ALF Americans for Medical Progress Boyd Group · BUAV Dr Hadwen Trust Foundation for Biomedical Research · FRAME National Anti-Vivisection Society PETA · Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine Primate Freedom Project Pro-Test SPEAK · SHAC Speaking of Research Understanding Animal Research Writers/activists Tipu Aziz · Michael Balls Neal Barnard · Colin Blakemore Simon Festing · Gill Langley Ingrid Newkirk · Bernard Rollin Jerry Vlasak Categories Animal testing · Animal rights Animal welfare Related templates Template:Animal rights This box: view • talk • edit A great ape research ban, or severe restrictions on the use of non-human great apes in research, is currently in place in the Netherlands, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Germany and Austria. These countries have ruled that chimpanzees, bonobos, gorillas, and orangutans are cognitively so similar to humans that using them as test subjects is unethical. Austria is the only country in the world where experiments on lesser apes, the gibbons, are completely banned too. The United States is the world's largest user of chimpanzees for biomedical research, with approximately 1,300 individual subjects currently in U.S. labs. Announcing the UK’s ban in 1986, the British Home Secretary said: "[T]his is a matter of morality. The cognitive and behavioural characteristics and qualities of these animals mean it is unethical to treat them as expendable for research." Britain continues to use other primates in laboratories, such as macaques and marmosets. In 2006 the permanency of the UK ban was questioned by Colin Blakemore, head of the Medical Research Council. Blakemore, while stressing he saw no "immediate need" to lift the ban, argued "that under certain circumstances, such as the emergence of a lethal pandemic virus that only affected the great apes, including man, then experiments on chimps, orang-utans and even gorillas may become necessary." The British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection described Blakemore's stance as "backward-looking." [1][2][3] See also Great Ape personhood Great Ape Trust Declaration on Great Apes Great Ape Project Primate Monkey Animal liberation movement Animal testing References ^ Steve Connor (June 3, 2006). "Scientists 'should be allowed to test on apes'". The Independent.  ^ "Ban all experiments on the higher primates". The Independent. March 28, 2001.  ^ Helene Guldberg (March 29, 2001). "The great ape debate". Spiked online.  External links v • d • e Animal rights Activists Greg Avery · David Barbarash · Mel Broughton · Rod Coronado · Barry Horne · Ronnie Lee · Keith Mann · Ingrid Newkirk · Heather Nicholson · Jill Phipps · Craig Rosebraugh · Henry Spira · Andrew Tyler · Jerry Vlasak · Paul Watson · Robin Webb Writers Carol Adams · Jeremy Bentham · Steven Best · Stephen R. L. Clark · Gary Francione · Gill Langley · Andrew Linzey · Mary Midgley · Tom Regan · Bernard Rollin · Richard D. Ryder · Henry Salt · Peter Singer · Steven M. 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