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Hey guys!

There is probably already a topic about this place but since I wanted to post a video I opened this new topic in the video section :)


The facility was owned by a company which produced cosmetics. It was made of two parts: the laboratory for the creation and testing of new products and the factory, where products were produced for the market.

The factory is quite worn-out and not very interesting to explore, while the laboratory and the offices are pretty well mantained.


The (sadly) interesting part is that this company made a large use of animals to test their products: rats, rabbits, dogs and cats would bear unimaginable pain and eventually die just for the sake of testing cosmetics products.


In the laboratory we will find an operating room (where I suppose all kind of testing were made) and rows of cages for the animals, along with a lot of laboratory equipment still there.


I made a video about the exploration: it is in Italian but I added English subtitles (you'll have to turn them on in Youtube). Tell me if you like it, and if it is still enjoyable with the subtitles :D



And here are some photos:


Animal Testing Facility


Animal Testing Facility

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