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UOW is conducting Maternal Deprivation tests on babay monkeys They take baby away from mom then isolate baby & give it "surrogate" materials known to provoke heightened anxieties for 42 days & Put it in with a king snake & with strage adult monkies SIGN

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Florence E (132)
Wednesday February 6, 2013, 4:53 pm
Infant monkeys are immediately removed from their mothers after birth and kept in total isolation. They will be given "surrogate" materials known to provoke heightened anxieties. For 42 days, the confused infants will be subjected to relentless fear and panic-inducing tests while totally isolated. These tests include being intentionally terrified by human researchers, being left alone with a live King snake, and being left alone in a strange room with a strange monkey. They will then be killed and dissected.
Please help Put a stop to this laboratory experiment by signing and sharing this petition I cant even imagine what these little ones are feeling the adult animals can barely take medical research but to take a newborn and deprive it of a mother is just sick then to make matters worse they peuposefully scare the baby for 42 days then just kill it and disect it all to find what we already know BABIES NEED THEIR MOMMYS!!! We already know that in human babies and what is a monkey if not a primate IE the same as us this is disgusting and unacceptable so please PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION AND SHARE SHARE SHARE IT ALL OVER THE INTERNET WITH FRIENDS & FAMILY PLEASE HELP STOP THIS HEARTBREAKINGLY INHMANE TREATMENT OF BABY MONKYS

Past Member (0)
Wednesday February 6, 2013, 5:01 pm
Noted and signed. God no. We must stop these horrible experiments.

Nancy Black (308)
Wednesday February 6, 2013, 10:22 pm
Noted, tweeted, tweeted, signed, shared, commented and sent to ten Facebook Friends. When you ask the question how low can man go? This experiment pretty well answers it. Sad and shameful, sadistic for those who do it, but it's also the same for a culture that allows it to be done in it's name.

Jan Garen (86)
Thursday February 7, 2013, 1:17 am
I wrote to them over a week ago and haven't received a reply.

. (0)
Thursday February 7, 2013, 3:13 am
Noted but not on fb. Outrageous

Andrea Nemec (213)
Thursday February 7, 2013, 3:26 am
Noted and signed! Thanks!

Danuta Watola (1249)
Thursday February 7, 2013, 4:08 am

Barbara Erdman (63)
Tuesday February 12, 2013, 9:17 am
Noted and Invited Florence :-) Thnx

Sylvie Bermannova (42)
Wednesday February 13, 2013, 6:01 am
Noted and signed.

I especially hate it when babies are stolen from their mothers. What does it matter whether these happen to be baby monkeys, calves, or human babies? All babies are the same: vulnerable, fragile, needing their mother's nutrition, warmth and protection. Motherly love is the same disregardful of the species.

What cruel and ignorant s...b.g (pardon the expression) could have come up with something like maternal deprivation tests?!! Do they not already know what it means?!! All they will prove is just how mean they are -- this is the only thing these "tests" can show. Not this, because this is making the peaceful go to war...
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