Tell Vietnam Airlines- Stop Transporting Research Primates

Thousands of monkeys originating in countries such as Vietnam, Mauritius, China, Cambodia and Barbados as transported to the USA to research laboratories to suffer cruel and inhumane experiments. In 2010, nearly 23,000 nonhuman primates destined for research laboratories were bought into the United States.

Some are ripped from their family groups, and others are captive bred in cramped, inhumane monkey farms. They are packed into small wooden crates and travel as cargo on passenger airlines where they can endure inadequate ventilation, noise, temperature fluctuations and delays en route as they are shipped on extremely long journey, and traumatized are before they even reach their final destination where they are tortured for research experiments.

Tell Vietnam Airlines to stop cruel transportion of research primates.

Send a message to Vietnam Airlines at info.us@vietnamairlines.com and call the office closest to you. (You can find contact details here.)

Thousands of monkeys originating in countries such as Vietnam, Mauritius, China, Cambodia and Barbados as transported to the USA to research laboratories to suffer cruel and inhumane experiments. In 2010, nearly 23,000 nonhuman primates destined for research laboratories were bought into the United States.


Some are ripped from their family groups, and others are captive bred in cramped, inhumane monkey farms. They are packed into small wooden crates and travel as cargo on passenger airlines where they can endure inadequate ventilation, noise, temperature fluctuations and delays en route as they are shipped on extremely long journey, and traumatized are before they even reach their final destination where they are tortured for research experiments.


Tell Vietnam Airlines to stop cruel transportion of research primates.


Send a message to Vietnam Airlines at info.us@vietnamairlines.com and call the office closest to you. (You can find contact details here.)

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