ern about ANIMAL welfare. According to the ANIMAL rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of ANIMALs (PETA), “85% of the fur industry’s skins come from ANIMALs living in captivity.” Apart from being made in a manner that prioritizes the welfare of ANIMALs, these ANIMAL-free designs are also good for the environment. This makes faux fur a more ecological choice for both workers at textile fac
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lives of ANIMALs. On today’s program, we happily share some of these great technological advances with our noble viewers. We’ll start off with a group of English scientists who have figured out a way to 3D-print cells grown in a laboratory to create living structures. This approach could revolutionize regenerative medicine, enabling the production of complex tissues and cartilage that could poten
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ction for ANIMALs enabled by technology is the roadside ANIMAL-detection system, which consists of motion sensors designed to perceive large ANIMALs such as deer, elk, moose, and bear. After sensing such ANIMALs, the system puts up warning signs such as flashing lights or electronic messages hundreds of meters or a few kilometers around the detected site, giving drivers time to slow down.
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