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Description: Monkey filmed secretly by PETA in Covance lab. PETA's investigator was hired by Covance as a technician and worked inside the company's primate testing lab in Vienna, Virginia, from April 26, 2004, to March 11, 2005. The investigator's video documentation inside the lab started on July 30, 2004. Used to illustrate the appearance of a typical primate cage in animal-testing facilities.
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