Study: Lab Mice Stressed Out By Male Scientists

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Study: Lab Mice Stressed Out By Male Scientists

A new study has found that laboratory mice and rats experience more stress in the presence of male researchers than they do with female researchers. What do you think?

  • “What about male scientists who have soft, tiny, feminine hands?”

    Ken McCain
    Oyster Shucker
  • “Next time I’m around a mouse or a rat I’m going out of my way to put it at ease.”

    John Katt
    Race Starter
  • “These mice need some healthy perspective. Would they prefer being fed alive to boa constrictors? Would they?”

    Jackie McKrell
    Pageant Director