PETA Uncovers Misery, Questionable Science in Colombian Monkey Lab Bankrolled by NIH

A shady biomedical conglomerate in Colombia houses tiny owl monkeys in their own filth inside rusty cages within a makeshift pen made of backyard fencing and plastic sheets—in violation of National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant requirements—even though NIH has handed $17 million in U.S. taxpayer funds to this outfit. In addition to these horrific conditions, the monkeys endure being infected with the malaria parasite and invasive surgeries. Last year, a Colombian government agency found that this hellhole had violated animal protection laws, including by having no veterinarian on staff and allowing animals to endure prolonged suffering. But that hasn’t stopped NIH from continuing to fund it.

See the shocking images PETA obtained from whistleblowers and from a Colombian government inspection report. Then demand that NIH cut this place off.

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