U.S.: Rescued chimps enjoying life in the open air

On a beautiful sanctuary of grassy islands and palm trees, Save the Chimps, in Fort Pierce, Florida, cares for nearly 300 rescued chimps who once lived in solitary confinement in laboratory cages, as research chimps.  Now they live happily in families, enjoying their lives with plenty of room to run and play in the open air.

To find out more about the work of Save the Chimps, click here.

Photo: Thomas Lersch / Wikimedia Commons / Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported / This is another chimp, not one at Save the Chimps.

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