What is even more exceptional is the way the brilliant baboons strategized to gain temporary freedom. More than 2,500 animals held in captivity at the said bioresearch facility are considered as biomedical research animals. Do not reproduce without permission. Let them go to a sanctuary. This was truly a unique incident," TBRI communications vice president Lisa Cruz continued in the statement. "We have been caring for research baboons for more than 50 years.
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