PETA ‘Monkey’ to Rattle School Reception at Naples Resort

PETA ‘Monkey’ to Rattle School Reception at Naples Resort

For Immediate Release:
March 10, 2023

Please contact:
Amanda Hayes 202-483-7382

Naples, Fla. – A large “monkey” will lead PETA supporters outside the Naples Grande Beach Resort on Tuesday at an alumni event for the University of Massachusetts–Amherst (UMass) to protest the school. cruel and deadly menopause experiments in the marmoset.

When: Tuesday, March 14, 2:45 pm

where: Outside Naples Grande Beach Resort, 475 Seagate Dr., Naples

UMass experimenter Agnès Lacreuse cut and pushed electrodes into the monkeys’ skulls, snapped their necks, deprived them of water, restrained them for hours at a time, and subjected them to various method, it is said to study menopause, a condition that the marmoset does not. t even experience. To simulate the condition, Lacreuse cuts out their ovaries and uses hand warmers on their bodies to simulate hot flashes. He squandered $5 million of taxpayer funds on this farce.

“Life is nothing more than a beach vacation for marmosets who remain locked inside cold, sterile laboratory cages,” said PETA neuroscientist Dr. Katherine Roe. “PETA is encouraging the UMass community to demand an end to this costly monkey torture.”

PETA—whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to experiment on”—opposes speciesism, a human-supremacist worldview.

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