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WATCHDOGS TODAY: Retired monkeys living it up on federal tab in Louisiana 'Chimp Haven'

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What happens to monkeys working for the federal government as research subjects when they retire? They take it easy on the federal tab in a retirement village for primates in Louisiana, according to Washington Guardian. Uncle Sam spent $12.4 million caring for more than 700 monkeys formerly used for scientific research at the National Institutes for Health, according to the Guardian's Phillip...

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