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Two Airlines Say 'No' to Primate Cruelty

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Posted February 27, 2012 by peta2 staff

Exciting news! Two more air carriers, TAM and Hainan Airlines, have announced that they will no longer transport primates for use in cruel laboratory experiments! PETA and other animal protection organizations put the pressure on the airlines after it was revealed that they were recently handling shipments of monkeys to laboratories in North America.

Richard Fisher

Now we’re that muchcloser to stopping the transport of primates for use in experiments once and for all—but we’re not there yet.

How You Can Help Keep Animals out of Laboratories

Please continue to tell the few remaining airlinesthat ship primates to laboratories—including Air France, China Eastern Airlines, and Continental Airlines—that cruelty should be grounded.

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