National Anti-vivisection Society


National Antivisection Society

Animal rescues

Monkeys saved from Chilean lab

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Darwin, who in the laboratory had been restrained and had electrodes implanted in his brain.

Aristotle catches the sun's rays. The laboratory monkeys were originally pale after years with no daylight.

Socrates - the shyest of the group of rescued laboratory monkeys.

ADI and NAVS Chief Executive Jan Creamer gives Socrates a gentle groom.

The rescued lab monkeys are joined by Bambina, rescued from the pet trade.

Bambina grooming Socrates.

Bambina grooming Aristotle.

Aristotle takes a break from grooming Bambina.

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