Posted August 31, 2010 by Rachelle Owen
… don’t let anyone tell you differently.
Bite Back Magazine has posted all of the images on its website.
These photos, reportedly shot inside Primate Products, Inc. (a company that makes primate torture devices and imports primates for testing), have recently surfaced. These photos show the faces behind animal experimentation—monkeys whose scalps and skulls have been butchered and crudely stitched up and who suffered from other injuries that appear to be from fighting or self-mutilation. Monkeys often bite at their own limbs and tear out clumps of their own hair because of the trauma of being confined, deprived, and tormented while being used as living test tubes.
The Animal Rights Foundation of Florida has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Agriculture seeking an investigation into whether the photos show violations of the federal Animal Welfare Act.
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