The Faces of Animal Testing

Published by PETA.

Horrifying photos that were apparently shot inside primate importer and torture-device manufacturer Primate Products, Inc., have recently surfaced. They show the dangerous consequences of taking scared, stressed monkeys—including some who have been torn from the wild—and forcing them to live in incompatible groups in tiny enclosures. Sometimes fights ensue and monkeys suffer serious injuries.


Primate Products


Primate Products


Primate Products


Bite Back Magazine has posted all of the images on its website.
Primate Products


PETA’s friends at the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida have 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. We’ll keep you posted, but in the meantime, please help cut off the supply of primates to laboratories.

Written by Lindsay Pollard-Post

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