Monkey Business: A History Of Nonhuman Primate Rights Erika Fleury

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Monkey Business: A History Of Nonhuman Primate Rights  by  Erika Fleury

Monkey Business: A History Of Nonhuman Primate Rights by Erika Fleury
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Apes, monkeys, and other nonhuman primates have a dual role in modern society. They are revered for their intelligence, uncanny mimicry, and biological relation to humans, yet are often forced to spend entire lifetimes as unwilling participants in the bioresearch, entertainment and pet industries.The treatment of nonhuman primates is evolving as technology improves the way research is conducted, exotic animal legislation becomes increasingly restrictive, and public outcries arise in response to advertisements using ape actors.

Judicial systems throughout the world are granting nonhuman primates new legal protections, and the inherent rights of various primate species are being explored more than ever before.Monkey Business examines the diverse issues involved with accepting mankinds closest relative into its ever-expanding circle of ethical consideration.



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