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Animal testing down under
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A vid by my mate Kapa. Kind of funny for me being "in" the video rather than being hidden behind the lens


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What are the mannikins for (they're kind of creepy, yet sad)?




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Pretty awesome location. It was closed down I suppose, but what's with the police tape?




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What are the mannikins for (they're kind of creepy, yet sad)?


Posted by Sevtai
Pretty awesome location. It was closed down I suppose, but what's with the police tape?


It's a closed-down scientific facility. But it is in temporary use by the police dog handlers, and possibly "armed offenders squad" given the human target posters we found there - one full of bullet holes. I wonder what the police dog made of the scent the next time it was put into its cage which we'd been handling? The mannequins I imagine help train the dogs how to take somebody down.




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Pretty nicely made video.




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beautiful location, but so much laboratory glassware! I couldn't help but notice how much of it there looks to be in there as I work for a science museum as my day job.




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beautiful location, but so much laboratory glassware! I couldn't help but notice how much of it there looks to be in there as I work for a science museum as my day job.


Quite! And only in that storeroom. The only other glassware we've found in the whole complex is a drawer full of pipettes they forgot to clear out.

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Pretty nicely made video.


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