Roberto Cardella @Robert0Guiscard Twitter Hepatitis

Roberto Cardella

Roberto Cardella

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Research Chimpanzees Infected, Abandoned, Starved, and Rescued.Chimpanzees infected with hepatitis were dumped on Liberia’s Monkey Island. The truth about the horrific lives of these sentient animal beings. Their treatment by a group of researchers from the pic.twitter.com/S5J08KpZTM
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New York Blood Center was inexcusable: they infected them with hepatitis and river blindness beginning in the 1970s. The researchers fled Liberia during a deadly Ebola outbreak and the abandoned chimpanzees were left to starve. They couldn’t be released into the wild because

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they could spread the disease and didn’t know how to forage for food Joseph Thomas, a previous caretaker at the researchers’ laboratory, steadfastly remained. He came to their rescue and stayed with the chimpanzees when the researchers fled, despite their carrying the disease.

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He says he “remembers pulling up to islands and seeing frantic, desperate animals. They screamed and fought over scraps. It wasn’t enough.” Thomas now leads a dedicated team of caretakers. Thomas is quoted saying: “

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They hate to be cooped up. They laugh, cry, get jealous and have temper tantrums—’just like us.’Thomas said: “I’ll be doing this … until they die or I do.”#belinda_veganEMBRACE VEGANISMwww. Challenge 22.com

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What a kind man

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Published at Tue, 27 Oct 20 18:27:07 +0000

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