Now, the group is headed to the airline's boardroom.
"Having the shameful distinction of being the only major airline that ships monkeys to a life of pain and misery in laboratories is bad for business," says PETA Director of Laboratory Investigations
Some primates shipped to laboratories come from squalid monkey farms, while others are torn away from their homes and families in the wild. The primates are crammed into small wooden crates and transported inside dark cargo holds for as long as 30 hours before they reach their final--and deadly--destination. Air
For more information, please visit PETA.org/AirFrance.
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