The Human and Animal Testing Act is a law King Ismael Perez he made for the Caribbean Empire. It states that depending if a product is designed for a species, it must be tested on the species the product is designed for. If the product is intended for multiple species, test the product on those species and if one of those species includes humans, it must first be tested on humans. Human test subjects must be at least 17 years old to be tested.
|1||If the product is designed for a species or multiple species, it must be tested on the species the product is designed for.||Every species have different immunity and suffer different diseases. If you test a product on the wrong species, then it may be harmful for that species||60 Caribos|
|2||If the product designed for multiple species and from those species includes humans, it must first be tested on humans before being tested on other species.||We first need to know if it is safe for human use first before knowing if it safe for animal use.||10 Caribos|
|3||The human test subject must be at least 17 years old, unless if the product is consider safe for minors.||Minors, in which are protected by law, are still under physical and mental development for which a certain product may cause harm to them.||100 Caribos|
Laws are less strict on the subject over in Canadamerica.