Caged ‘Primates’ to Rattle UMass Occasion at Naples Resort Over Monkey Menopause Checks

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March 12, 2024

Tasgola Bruner 202-483-7382

Naples, Fla. – An enormous jailed “marmoset” and stuffed “monkeys” will be a part of PETA supporters outdoors the Inn on Fifth on Thursday throughout a non-public reception for College of Massachusetts–Amherst (UMass) donors to name on Chancellor Javier Reyes, who’s scheduled to attend, to close down the varsity’s merciless, irrelevant, and lethal menopause experiments on marmosets.

The place:    The Inn on Fifth, 699 Fifth Ave. S., Naples

When:     Thursday, March 14, 5 p.m.

a demonstrator inside a wire cage and holding a sign that reads UMass: Stop Torturing Marmosets

A earlier PETA demonstration in opposition to UMass. Credit score: PETA

 UMass experimenter Agnès Lacreuse cuts into and screws electrodes onto monkeys’ skulls, cuts into their necks, deprives them of water, restrains them for hours at a time, and torments them in numerous different methods, purportedly to check menopause, which marmosets don’t naturally expertise. To simulate menopause, she cuts out their ovaries and makes use of hand heaters on their our bodies to imitate sizzling flashes. She has squandered $5 million in taxpayer funds on this farce.

“Donors ought to reduce their items till UMass stops tormenting fragile marmosets in curiosity-driven research that haven’t any relevance to human well being,” says PETA Government Vice President Tracy Reiman. “PETA urges the UMass group to demand higher, animal-free analysis.”

PETA—whose motto reads, partially, that “animals aren’t ours to experiment on”—factors out that Each Animal Is Somebody
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