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Incredible moment when chimps see daylight for first time in 30 yars

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Pegs Pegs VIC Posts: 1538
2 9 Sep 2011
Oh that is so amazing! Thanks for putting it up here! Those poor chimps!
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Nobody Nobody QLD Posts: 593
3 9 Sep 2011
It brought tears to my eyes.
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Ron Ron NSW Posts: 233
4 9 Sep 2011
Most humans really are horrible.  What kind of people could work in a place where animal experiments occur?
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Chewie Chewie NSW Posts: 521
5 9 Sep 2011
I'm all teary sad

Ha, I liked this comment: "Don't test on animals - use paedophiles instead, two problems solved then as this would create more room inside the prisons for small time offenders."
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DaveQB DaveQB NSW Posts: 287
6 9 Sep 2011
Chewie said:
I'm all teary sad

Ha, I liked this comment: "Don't test on animals - use paedophiles instead, two problems solved then as this would create more room inside the prisons for small time offenders."
So true haha.

What are peoples opinions on this? How do humans test possible remedies for diseases? Do we test on humans? The results would be more accurate. What is the solution? Say your partner, mother, father had something that could have been cured had their been some prior testing.
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Ashlyn Ashlyn WA Posts: 104
7 9 Sep 2011
all i can say is   NAAAAWWWWWWW..
Poor things.. what a horrible life they have had..given HIV and hepatitis.... absolutely ridiculous.humans disgust me
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ok ok NSW Posts: 232
8 9 Sep 2011
I think if people took better care of themselves there wopuldnt be a need for this kind of testing
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rottweiler rottweiler SA Posts: 1907
9 11 Sep 2011
So freaking sad. The article doesn't even do the dis justice of these poor creatures any justice. It's just thrown in there "the chimps were given hiv and hepatitis" ... There was no more said about it, oh, its only hiv.. no biggie..
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Lollielegs Lollielegs SA Posts: 16
10 12 Sep 2011
Ok I have a question. These chimps have aids and other incurable diseases yes? While I am greatful that they are out and finally able to live their own lives, are they going to be released into the wild where they can then affect other chimps. These diseases are pretty nasty and these poor chimps are still in a losing battle since they still have them. Is anything being done to make sure we don't wipe out half a species?
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