Chinese Researchers Used 15 Live Pigs As Crash Test Dummies, And Half Of Them Died

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Chinese Researchers Used 15 Live Pigs As Crash Test Dummies, And Half Of Them Died

A case study of crash test simulations in China demonstrated that several researchers are involved in extremely inhumane animal testing. Pictures released with the case study show live pigs that are being used as crash test dummies.


The study highlighted the case of a particular test that involved 15 young pigs, that were strapped into car seats to be used as dummies for high-speed simulations. Many of the pigs were still very young, having only been alive for about 70 days before they were used in the tests. In the tests, the poor animals were strapped into different seatbelts for impact testing.


Half of the pigs died in the tests, while the others were severely injured and likely traumatized from that experience.


The researchers claimed that it was necessary to use the young pigs because their bodies are similar to those of human children, and they were hoping to find out what those crashes would do to a living creature’s organs.


The scientists responsible for these cruel experiments say that they were compliant with US guidelines and claimed that an ethics committee approved their study. However, it seems that they might not be very familiar with what the laws in the United States are because it's been illegal to use pigs and other animals in these types of experiments in the states since the '90s.


People are furious with these inhumane practices and want to take action. Here is what Twitter users had to say:
















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