@nytimes
The New York Times
a day ago
Vaccine development depends on monkeys bred for medical research. A global shortage, resulting from high demand during the pandemic and a recent wildlife sales ban in China, has prompted some scientists in the U.S. to call for a “strategic monkey reserve.”https://t.co/5M4kpT3F8s
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@shawnhwh
Shawn
a day ago
@nytimes I bet all of sudden, some people will start to advocate for unbanning wildlife sales.
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@KennyHardwood
Kenny Bigalow American Gigolo
a day ago
@nytimes And here I thought Ferrets were the only ones
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@friest_l
L Friest
a day ago
@nytimes And we'll rename them Republicans, and everything in the world will seem better.
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@AliMandela9
AliMandela
a day ago
@nytimes I'm scratching my head on this one here.
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@DJFed951
DJFedTTV
a day ago
@nytimes Isn't that how this pandemic started... Some monkey used for testing sold to a wet market? Where's PETA on this or any activist They don't even test shampoo and conditioner on monkeys anymore....
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@NYpaintr
BBrothers
a day ago
@nytimes Lawdie!
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@Newburyporter
Por-sha Fan
a day ago
@nytimes We already have one. It's called the trump base.
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@PruneKing
arb
a day ago
@nytimes Finally scientists thought of something good
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