animals wereThe animals were well fed.
farm animalsPatrick Sutherland estimates that of 170 million farm animals in Britain ‘about two thirds never walk on or eat grass’(1989: 62).
animals havewhere animals have usually four legs
animals beingThe system of utilisation, that is, might be reformed, with a view to improving the welfare of the animals being utilised.
animals and plantsIt is not only the environment but also the animals and plants that inhabit it that display rhythms.
use of animals3. monitor and respond to anti-vivisection propaganda, provide information to the media about the use of animals in research and train speakers to take part in debates, discussion programmes, interviews, etc.
animals in research3. monitor and respond to anti-vivisection propaganda, provide information to the media about the use of animals in research and train speakers to take part in debates, discussion programmes, interviews, etc.
where animalswhere animals have usually four legs
carnivorous animalsTo this end he urges the setting up of carefully landscaped mountains and waterless deserts in the main centres of population, and their stocking with carnivorous animals and poisonous reptiles.
animals likeBut when you see animals like Max become a teddy bear, it seems worthwhile.
animals are oftenIn the first place, today animals are often intensively reared, housed indoors under what are, for them, highly unnatural conditions.
animals shouldHe adds that any killing of animals should be painless, and their use in experiments restricted as far as possible to ‘the less highly organised’ creatures.
only animalsDarwin brought not only animals but man himself into the evolutionary scheme.
small animalsThat is, as far as small animals are concerned.
most animalsTo most animals, the clarity of each image is at least as important as the number per second, and many have found ways of sharpening up the picture.
draught animalsIt is hard to distinguish any specific impact of the introduction of plough agriculture and draught animals by the Spanish after AD 1521.
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