Don't miss the Sunday NY Times Magazine report this week on Chimp Haven, the government's new retirement home for chimpanzees--most of whom were used for NASA projects or federally funded medical research. The chimps' quarters come "complete with fresh running water and cross-ventilation, multiple windows and skylights, hammocks made of neatly crosshatched sections of used fire hose, bedding of warm blankets and hay, vanity mirrors, as well as a TV, a VCR and DVD and CD players."
Tuesday, July 26, 2005
Chimpanzee Health Improvement, Maintenance and Protection (or Chimp)
via Fedblog: The chimps deserve it.