The Abuse of Non-human Primates in Federally Regulated Laboratories - October 2011:
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The Abuse of Non-human Primates in Federally Regulated Laboratories - October 2011:
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Photos from the Oregon Primate Research Center were obtained legally through the public records act process. They illustrate many things. However, they clearly support the statement made by the whistleblower, above. This person discussed the enclosures at this facility as though they were very barren, composed of concrete and steel bars. Clearly this is accurate. Clearly, this is not the kind of place that non-human primates should call home.

Photos provided to us by a whistleblower from within Princeton University reveal a picture of laboratory life that is no less disturbing. The cages for the primates are no less barren, only composed of steel instead of concrete. They are still often individually housed, denying them contact with members of their own species. These cages are more reminiscent of storage boxes than homes.

Oregon Health Sciences University Photos

Princeton University Photos

 
Bucket of brains


Gobi


Imprisoned monkey


Imprisoned monkey


Screaming captive monkey

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