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‘Foolish’ Justin Bieber Really Wants Another Monkey

It might seem like Justin Bieber has everything he could want, but there is apparently something missing from the singer’s life: a monkey.

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Animal-Rights Group Begs Justin Bieber Not to Get Another Monkey

Do you remember Justin Bieber’s monkey? Well, he had one.

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Justin Bieber’s Plans to Adopt Another Monkey is Slammed as ‘Foolish’…

Justin Bieber’s plans to adopt another monkey have been branded ‘foolish’ and ‘irresponsible’ by an animal rights organisation.

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Group on Justin Bieber’s Plan to Get New Monkey: Please Don’t

A telling thing is that, for most people, having an illegal pet monkey confiscated by German authorities would be the single wildest thing ever to happen to them.

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Justin Bieber Is Threatening to Get Another Monkey

Justin Bieber incurred the wrath of monkey enthusiasts the world over when he rejected his pet capuchin in Germany, and now he’s back for round two. Because nothing comes between a man and his love for primates. NOTHING.

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Justin Bieber is Slammed by Animal Rights for Monkey Adoption Plans

Justin Bieber has been branded “foolish” and “irresponsible” by a monkey protection organisation after vowing to adopt another pet primate.

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Justin Bieber: I’m Adopting Another Primate… Monkey Org Goes Ape

Justin Bieber has been called “foolish” and “irresponsible” by a monkey protection organization that is indignant over his vow to adopt another pet primate.

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Justin Bieber’s new monkey adoption plans dubbed ‘foolish’ by experts

Justin Bieber may have ditched his pet monkey, Mally, but he’s now on the search for a primate buddy.

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From Lost Monkey to Trending Twitter Star

In March, a macaque monkey named Carter escaped from his caretaker’s car in a Charlotte hospital parking lot.

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About Sanctuaries

American Anti-Vivisection Society’s magazine shed light on chimpanzee sanctuary retirement.

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N.I.H. to End Backing for Invasive Research on Chimps

The National Institutes of Health announced that it would end its support for invasive research on chimpanzees and retire the 50 chimps that it had set aside for future biomedical research.

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Plan to Export Chimps Tests Law to Protect Species

When the Fish and Wildlife Service decided in June to classify all chimpanzees, captive or wild, as endangered, the ruling meant that any biomedical experiment or export of chimps from the United States, whoever owned them, would be subject to a strict permit process under the Endangered Species Act.

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