normal animal

nor·mal an·i·mal

in research, an experimental animal that has neither suffered an attack of a particular disease nor received an injection of a specific microorganism or its toxin.
References in periodicals archive ?
They were kept at room temperature for about 6 months in separate cages and were given normal animal house diet.
In a normal Animal Crossing game, the player moves into a town and is given a house by local business raccoon Tom Nook, under the condition that you have to work to pay him off.
Given that brewery spent grains are often free, or obtained at a cost far below normal animal feed, they are an attractive source of nutrition for livestock producers.
The freedoms include the freedom from hunger or thirst; discomfort; pain, injury or disease; and fear and distress; as well as the freedom to express most normal animal behaviors, Connors says.
In a normal animal, the femoral head fits snugly within the acetabulum but is free enough to glide and partially rotate, thereby allowing a dog to lie down, stand up, walk and break into a trot with fluid ease.
It has to be a community effort that begins with the simple awareness that the normal animal control practices like dog culling are just not working.
Or so I thought: whilst it is terrific to see a normal animal instead of the sort of unusual voices and habits grafted on to creature characters in some books, the otter's name of Flibberty seems so unfitting.
Chickens were raised in small wire cages so that they had no room to turn around and were packed together, usually eight in one cage, with no space for normal animal behavior.
In a normal animal, the pituitary ceases secreting ACTH when a proper level of cortisol has been secreted into the system.
Since the House of Lords ruled in 2003 that "strict liability" applied to all animal owners - even the owners of a perfectly normal animal that causes injury by behaving in a way typical of its species - insurance premiums have soared, threatening the livelihoods of thousands in small stables across the country.
In addition to growing organs for transplants, the organs also could be used for testing new medications, giving results that would be more similar to human reactions than a normal animal organ would give.
It wouldn't matter that an animal was properly enclosed and looked after, or that it was acting as any normal animal would, the unfortunate owner would be penalised.