English Woman Shocked to Find Monkey in Her Greenhouse – Now He’s in a Sanctuary with a Girlfriend

English Woman Shocked to Find Monkey in Her Greenhouse – Now He’s in a Sanctuary with a Girlfriend

A woman in the city of Wolverhampton, England, suddenly discovered a South American monkey in her greenhouse, and scrambled to figure out who to call. The animal charity Wings and Paws said they were contacted by a distressed woman who reported a “strange wild animal with a bushy tail” leaping about her property. Volunteers who […]

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British Woman Pleads Guilty in Shocking Global Monkey Torture Network Case

British Woman Pleads Guilty in Shocking Global Monkey Torture Network Case

A British woman has pleaded guilty to her involvement in a global monkey torture network. Holly LeGresley, 37, from Kidderminster, admitted to being part of a private online group that orchestrated unspeakable acts of cruelty against defenseless baby monkeys, including setting them on fire and putting them in blenders. Operating under the chilling alias ‘The […]

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Petition: Help Hold YouTubers Accountable for Harming Monkeys

Petition: Help Hold YouTubers Accountable for Harming Monkeys

In the shadow of Cambodia’s majestic Angkor temples, a distressing scene unfolds: wild macaques are subjected to abuse and exploitation by YouTubers wanting to profit from their interactions with these intelligent animals. One heart-wrenching video captures a baby monkey, clearly distressed, struggling to escape as it is mishandled for the sake of entertainment. This is […]

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Concerns Raised After Chinese Researchers Clone Rhesus Monkey for Medical Research

Concerns Raised After Chinese Researchers Clone Rhesus Monkey for Medical Research

Chinese researchers have successfully cloned the first rhesus monkey for medical research. The research, detailed in the journal Nature Communications, reveals that the cloned rhesus monkey, named “ReTro” after the scientific method employed, has remained healthy for over two years, indicating the success of the cloning process. Previous attempts to clone rhesus monkeys faced challenges, […]

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