what-sorts-of-animal-are-used-for-research

What sorts of animal are used for research?
Oxford University claim:

According to Home Office figures for 2002, rodents accounted for around 84 per cent of animals used for research in the UK.

SPEAK’s response:

Dogs, cats, monkeys, rabbits, rats, mice, guinea pigs, sheep, fish, birds, horses, goats. You name it and the vivisectors abuse it.