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Long-tailed macaque monkeys are kept in cages after they've being caught and they suffer during the long journey to science labs in America and China. The BUAV (people from the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection) called for rules to be set up so these monkeys could be treated better. The monkeys aren't engendered, so why bring them out of there homes in the wild? When they capture these animals, they force them into the river and then seal them inside a container.
In these capturing ways, about eight out of 10 die of the way they are treated. This group also asked Europe and America to halt the capturing business of wild creatures and for nicer environment at monkey breeding centers.

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