Animals in research, testing & teaching
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Transparency and Openness in Research, Testing, and Teaching
In New Zealand, animals are used for research, testing, and teaching (RTT) for a variety of reasons. Animals may be used in experiments to find new health treatments for humans or other animals, to better understand wildlife behaviour such as migration routes, to test the safety of a new drug, or to facilitate learning outcomes for students.
Replacement, Reduction, and Refinement: The '3Rs'
The 3Rs are ethical principles used to advance the welfare of animals used in research, testing, and teaching.