Tonight, go inside a research facility with an undercover investigator for The Humane Society of the United States. For nine months, she investigated the wretched existence of chimpanzees and other primates who are warehoused or used for research in laboratories at a cost of millions to taxpayers.
In a special in-depth report scheduled to air tonight at 11:35 p.m. EST on ABC News: Nightline, you'll see for yourself the dismal lives of chimpanzees held for research -- including some who were taken from their mothers as infants in the wild and have lived virtually their entire lives behind bars.
Please tune in tonight to ABC News: Nightline, and let your friends and family know about the broadcast, too. Then watch your email inbox tomorrow to join the campaign to help ensure these animals are retired to the sanctuaries they deserve.
President & CEO
The Humane Society of the United States
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