epa01919711 A hairless female Spectacled Bear named 'Dolores' stands in her enclosure in the zoo in Leipzig, Germany, 03 November 2009. All female spectacled bears in the zoo have lost their hair due to an unexplored disease. A genetic defect might be responsible for the disease in all of Europe. Despite the loss of hair and itching, the animals do not have any afflictions. EPA/JAN WOITAS
Rabbits are frequent victims of animal experimenters because they are mild-tempered and easy to handle, confine, and breed—more than 170,000 of them are abused in U.S. laboratories every year. GO #CRUELTYFREE !!