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Poll Shows Strong Opposition to Animal “Uplift”


Posted: Aug 18, 2011

Three out of four IEET readers expressing an opinion on a recently completed poll said humans should not attempt to enhance or uplift other species of animals.

Only about one in five agreed that uplifting animals is a good idea.


Should humans attempt to uplift (i.e. enhance) certain animals?

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The poll, which had about 400 responses, was prompted by the release of the new film, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and by these articles:


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