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31 March 2002
Primate Freedom Tags

From Lisa Marie - [email protected] 

Primate freedom tags are available to those who are concerned about the primates being used in research. They are a unique record pressed into a stainless steel tag ("dog-tag") that can be worn as a necklace or placed on a key chain. They are special because each one holds the serial number of a monkey or nonhuman ape being held for experimentation in one of our nation's Primate Research Laboratories. The record includes the date of birth, gender, species, and location of the primate.

After receiving your tag, you can wear it to educate others about primates in research and how they too can obtain a tag to support them. There is also information that comes with your tag on how to contact the specific primate center to ask them for more information about your adopted primate.

By writing to them, this also reminds them that they are responsible for their cruelty against animals.

Please visit < > for more information on how to donate $10.00 and receive a tag if you are interested in supporting a primate at a research center.

You might not like to wear the tag because of what it is representing, but you will feel good knowing that you are wearing it because of your support for the animals. And when you educate others while wearing your special tag, it will be close to your heart.

Further Information:

Primate Freedom Project
< >

Primate Research Laboratories:
< >

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