Pig Gas Chambers - A Look at the Most "Humane" Method to Kill Pigs
Most pigs in Australia and several countries in Europe are killed using carbon dioxide gas chambers.
Carbon dioxide gas chambers are considered to be the most "humane" method to kill pigs.
During 2015, Animal Liberation Victoria and Animal Liberation NSW carried out an undercover investigation inside three pig slaughterhouses in Victoria, Australia. This video summarizes their findings and shows how the process looks from the inside.
Obviously, the terms "humane slaughter" or "humane killing" are oxymorons, since nothing humane ever happens in a slaughterhouse.
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Most pigs in Australia and in several European countries are killed inside carbon dioxide gas chambers. A hidden camera shows what goes on inside these places.
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