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The Daily Activities of a Primate Research Center

Primate - The Daily Activities of a Primate Research Center
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William

I've been watching and loving a lot of Wiseman's documentaries here, but just wanted to give a WARNING that this film features imagery that is not pleasant at all, including a live dissection of a monkey in the last half hour. For strong stomachs only.

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Leslie

Thank you so much for your warning, as I was about to watch it but will avoid it now!

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