HUNDREDS OF CHIMPANZEES NEED SANCTUARY

The days of holding, breeding, and using chimpanzees for invasive biomedical research came to an end. But hundreds of chimpanzees remain in laboratory settings across the United States. Act now to help these survivors get their chance at dignity!

Learn more about the history of chimpanzees used in invasive research in New Mexico and across the United States:

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Watch this video by KOAT’s Royale Dá about how New Mexican chimps suffered in invasive testing

Read about some of our work in this front page story from The New York Times

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Member of Rufus' Family at Save The Chimps

Geraldine Member of Bobby's Family at Save The Chimps