a person who opposes .
Also, antivivisection. of, relating to, or characteristic of antivivisectionists or their policies.
Historical Examples

On the seacoast they also have learned to catch turtles and subdivide them, regardless of antivivisection laws.
Appletons’ Popular Science Monthly, April 1899 Various

opposed to the act or practice or performing experiments on living animals, involving cutting into or dissecting the body


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