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Jul 5, 2023

Activists stopped a transfer of 100,000 macaques from Sri Lanka to China. Dr. Lisa Jones-Engel, PETA primatologist, says had the deal gone through, it would have devastated Sril Lanka's unique toque macaque monkey population and hurt the entire country.  By keeping them in Sri Lanka, Jones-Engel says the monkeys were saved from almost surely becoming part of the animal experimentation industry.

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