1-The chimpanzee has similarities in physiology in the immune system.
2- Others similarities between chimpanzees and humans are: behavioral, psychological, and emotional.
3- Scientists are aware that the chimpanzees are suffering.
4- Even though scientists are aware that chimpanzees are suffering, they still use them.
5- They been used in the development of vaccines against hepatitis B.
6- Scientists say that only by using chimpanzees can potential vaccines be safely tested, even if they are not a good model.
7- We should focus on how we treat Chimpanzees and not on ethical questions.
8- Example of a videotape revealing the bad conditions that chimpanzees are submit on one of the laboratory.
9- Monkeys on laboratories are placed on small bare cages stacked one above the other.
10-The cages measure for young chimpanzees is 22 inches by 22 inches, and 24 inches high.
11-Once they are infected, they will live in severe conditions, and they will become insane.
12- Example of a female monkey at the laboratory.
13-Caretaker do not have a relationship with the monkeys.
14-She got captivate for the way the chimp looked at her.
15-It is not understandable the cruel manner of scientists treating the monkeys.
16-Chimpanzees are very social by nature.
17-The chimps are very friendly.
18-They are also very active animals.
19-Monkeys enjoy comfort.
20-The chimps have excellent memories.
21-They have emotions similar to humans
22-They like to be treated like human children.
23-These animals communicate by signs.
24-The facilities do not provide the needs of the monkeys.
25-Federal requirements for cage size are dependent of body size.
26-In most labs, there is not comfort for the chimps.
27-Caretakers should be compassionate people, so how can they tolerate condone the monkeys to miserable’s conditions?
28-Staff members feel victims and powerless to help chimpanzees on their emotional needs.
29-Others staff members forcing...