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Allen Crider, why is it necessary to even consider GMOs an option for animal feed, when people eat animals? Also, technically humans are considered part of the Animal Kingdom. We are warm-blooded mammals with highly evolved brains, but that doesn't make other animals any less deserving of eating "real" food.

Posted by Lyra Batschild
26 January 2013 | 05h36

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