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Lab chimps, Uncle Sam may want you

Bill to keep them at haven in limbo

Several animals gathered at Chimp Haven, a federal sanctuary. Bioterrorism worries are driving efforts to stall a bill protecting them from experimentation.
By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / December 24, 2006

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KEITHVILLE, La. -- Puddin' was sitting on the grassy bank of a moat one afternoon last week , munching on an apple, when he started to hoot at his fellow elderly chimpanzees. They paid little attention, disappearing into a forest of pine, sweetgum, and oak. Puddin' slowly followed, hollering all the way. (Full article: 1165 words)

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