Vivisection University Style Sheet

The University of Bristol

The University of Bristol carried out
26,090
procedures on animals in 2017, including the following:

  • 137
    procedures on birds

  • 9,581
    procedures on fish

  • 72
    procedures on frogs

  • 87
    procedures on guinea pigs

  • 13,329
    procedures on mice

  • 239
    procedures on pigs

  • 16
    procedures on rabbits

  • 2,069
    procedures on rats

  • 560
    procedures on other animals

Experiments on animals aren't just cruel – they're scientifically flawed and don't predict effects in humans.

Please contact the University of Bristol now and ask it to move away from cruel animal experiments and to invest more in non-animal methods.

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Prof
Hugh
Brady
Bristol University

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