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Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch has finished construction on expansive new outdoor habitats, granting former research monkeys the chance to play in trees for what may be the first time in their lives.
Director Noelle Almrud explains to KETK News how Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch is building new enclosures in order to welcome more monkeys to the sanctuary.
Eileen Dunnington, the Executive Director of the Primate Rescue Center, explains how the sanctuary keeps their monkeys and apes warm and cozy during the winter months. Video is at the link!
Noelle Almrud, Director of Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch, introduced a local film crew to Roxanne, a 34-year old monkey rescued from biomedical testing labs and sent to the ranch for sanctuary.
After what had likely been a lifetime of suffering at the hands of people who viewed him as a mere commodity, a lonely Rhesus monkey named Andi is beginning to learn what it’s like to be at peace.
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