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NASA, how could you do this?

Our investigation uncovered NASA’s indiscriminate killing of 27 primates—a heartless mass-killing that took place on a single day.

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27 Lives Stolen

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Why were these 27 monkeys killed in a single day? How is it none could be spared? Why weren’t these individuals sent to sanctuary to live out their lives in peace?

You can help us demand answers from NASA.

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Millions of caring, thinking, feeling beings are tortured and killed for nothing.

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Over 95% of drugs

tested on animals fail in human trials.

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90% of animals

in labs are excluded from The Animal Welfare Act.

Together we will end animal experimentation in our lifetime.

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An aerial view of Marshall BioResources, where dozens of massive sheds are lined up on a sprawling property in updates New York

Shut Down Marshall

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23,000 dogs: That’s approximately how many are inside these seemingly endless sheds at Marshall BioResources on any given day. These dogs—plus cats, ferrets, minipigs, guinea pigs—are being bred, sold, and shipped on a massive scale for use in the animal experimentation industry.

Join our network of passionate humans—animal lovers, whistleblowers, scientists, lobbyists, educators, students, organizers, activists, and people just like you—working together to shut down Marshall.

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Meet ARLO

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The animal experimentation industry relies on secrecy to continue business as usual. That’s why Rise For Animals created the animal protection movement’s first publicly accessible research and transparency tool—the Animal Research Laboratory Overview (ARLO). ARLO aims to expose everything we know about laboratories experimenting on animals across the United States. 

To find out what’s happening to animals in labs in your hometown or at your alma mater, search the ARLO database.

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