On the heels of a publicity stunt by notorious animal exhibitor Bhagavan "Doc" Antle--who reportedly took two chimpanzees to a
"It's cruel and dangerous to use chimpanzees for publicity stunts such as this--and it flies directly in the face of the message of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and the beliefs of its director, who uses computer-generated imagery rather than real apes in his films," says PETA Foundation Deputy General Counsel Delcianna Winders. "
Further details about Antle's history of violating federal law are available here, and
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