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The animals hugged each other in delight before they took their first steps outside. Emotional footage, below, shows how they reacted to their new surroundings.
The outing marked the end of a 14-year bid to re-integrate the 38 primates after they spent most of their lives cooped up inside. One commentator said: "They hugged as if saying, 'We're finally free'. And then they laughed."
One commentator said: "They hugged as if saying, 'We're finally free'. And then they laughed."
Originally posted by daryllyn
[color=dodgerblue]That is so incredibly sad. Just who do we think we are? What gives us the right?
All in the name of science....
Originally posted by ypperst
Very positive video
And thanks for that.
I would rather lock a human inside a shed, than I would with an animal.
I hope they will live a good life from now on.