Welcome

to the RSPCA's Science, ethics and animals resource. This resource is mainly for English and Welsh GCSE science students and those studying the Diploma in Environmental and Land-based Studies. However, everyone will be able to enjoy the experience, learn more about themselves and better understand the role of science and ethics in all our lives.

10.10.2011

Demand for higher welfare food doubles in last four years

 

05.09.2011

Call for ban on 'illegal' eggs

 

01.09.2011

Last chance to tell government you care about lab animals

 
Puppy alert

A new poll commissioned by the RSPCA reveals that a quarter of people questioned would still consider getting a puppy from a pet shop – despite 81 per cent saying it is important to see a puppy with its mother.

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RSPCA: Moral Compass
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RSPCA: Ethics Court
"If you can clone a winning racehorse, I think cloning animals is all right."
"Pedigree dogs suffer, so people should stop buying them."
"I need to buy cheap food, and I don't care how it's produced."
What do you think?
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RSPCA: Value of Life
What do we mean by value?
Which has more value, an octopus or a human?
Would you value a rat more highly than a monkey?
 
Which animal was the number one admission to RSPCA wildlife centres in 2010?

Please select the correct answer...