Oh please, release me!

I find this funny. But, if you will look into the monkey’s eyes, it seems to be pleading to the point that it’s scary because it just might actually be asking for freedom. Then I remember what my dad says. We only meddle with the animals’ natural activity or living when we capture them and put them into cages. They really belong out there. Out in the wild.

But scientists will reason out that they, in some terms, need to capture them for study. It is happening now that they capture them only for a while and then they let them go. That is when the real studying begins. Out in the wild.

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