Ethics refers to a moral agreement about what is right and wrong. Human-animal relationships and how humans should treat animals are both examined in animal ethics. Animal ethics can be characterised as "arguments about the proper and improper treatment of animals" (. It is a branch of research that examines the appropriateness of animal use in a number of circumstances by determining whether an activity is for the moral good of animals (including humans). It attempts to comprehend nonhuman animal-human moral conflicts by reasoning and knowledge, as well as an analysis of nonhuman animal status ideas. As a result, it addresses the topic of human moral obligation toward nonhuman animals, as well as the quality and amount of care that should be provided. The ethical considerations surrounding the use of animals in research are numerous. In some circumstances, it is thought that the use of laboratory animals may be important to enhance the lives of people, animals, or the environment. At the same time, most people believe that animals have moral status and that how we treat them should be based on ethical concerns.
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