Remember when you has to dissect a frog in 7th grade and you started to cry cause all you could think about was the life of this poor frog and how it had to end just so you could stab it a few times and later forget everything from that class other than the fact that you had to leave because you might throw up?
No? Well maybe that was just us.
But a lot of people have had similar experiences. That's why the The Animal Welfare Institute in Washington offered free software to the first 25 schools in America that agree to end dissections of real animals, and as of this morning they report four schools have taken them up on it.
We hope this catches on across the country.
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