Animal Rights Cambridge

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Animal Rights Cambridge is an animal rights group based in Cambridge, England, founded in 1978.[1] The group claims to be the longest standing local animal rights group in the UK.[2]

Animal Rights Cambridge opposes all forms of animal exploitation. The group have been involved in protests against foie gras[3] and animal testing.[4]


  1. ^ Helen Mackreath, Varsity Tuesday 20 April 2010 Animal rights activists invade Downing Site as mark of protest accessed on 22 April 2010
  2. ^ Animal Rights Cambridge Who We Are accessed on 22 April 2010
  3. ^ Cambridge Evening News Foie Gras Protesters Attack Top Restaurant accessed on 22 April 2010
  4. ^ Cambridge Evening News Animal Rights Activists Disrupt University Site accessed on 22 April 2010

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