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Hallmark Profits From Abused Chimpanzees

You’ve probably seen Hallmark greeting cards that feature chimpanzees who show their teeth. But what might look like a smile is actually a grimace—a sign of fear and stress. In fact, many years ago during a chimpanzee named Connor’s last Hallmark photo shoot, he reportedly became so agitated that he bit his trainer, overturned tables, and tried to attack other people on set.

And while Hallmark continues to make money off Connor—who is featured on several of its cards, which are sold in more than 40,000 stores nationwide—he’s warehoused in a cage.

Join us in urging the Missouri Primate Foundation to retire the 16 chimpanzees, including Connor, who are currently imprisoned at its facility: www.peta.org/features/missouri-primate-foundation-neglect-chimpanzees/

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