Baby Monkeys at Harvard Are Separated From Their Mothers, Caged Alone, and Often Blinded

Margaret Livingstone, a Harvard University experimenter, has spent her entire 40-year career tormenting animals. Her experiments involve removing infant monkeys from their mothers at birth, caging them alone, and either distorting their vision with various devices or never allowing them to see a human or monkey face. She has also sewn infant monkeys’ eyelids shut. In many experiments, the monkeys’ heads are immobilized using helmets, chin straps, or bite bars, and some of the animals are killed and dissected. Livingstone has conducted these sensory-deprivation experiments on monkeys since 1998 and has collected $32 million in taxpayer funds from the National Institutes of Health to bankroll them—all without producing any cures or treatments for humans.

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