Texas research chimps face retirement, relocation to Chimp Haven
About 160 chimpanzees kept at a University of Texas animal research facility are slated for retirement at a federally funded sanctuary in Louisiana as part of the National Institutes of Health's recent decision to end almost all medical research on the apes.Read more
#1 Jul 22, 2013
After destroying them and giving them who knows what diseases, its time to get rid of them. How lovely they can now RETIRE from being tortured.
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