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MONKEY COLLEGE
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May 19, 2004 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, places a mouth stick used by paralyzed people to push buttons or... 
Boston, USA 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, places a mouth stick used by paralyzed people to push buttons o..... 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, places a mouth stick used by paralyzed people to push buttons or manipulate items between the teeth of her trainer Alison Payne, as she trains in the tasks that monkeys provide for the disabled at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston in this photograph taken May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. 
MONKEY COLLEGE
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May 19, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, turns the pages of a phone book as she demonstrates how trained... 
Boston, USA 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, turns the pages of a phone book as she demonstrates how trained..... 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, turns the pages of a phone book as she demonstrates how trained monkeys can help the disabled or paralyzed to read at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston in this photograph taken May 18, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll many more student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program and then provide them to the disabled for assistance. 
MONKEY COLLEGE
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May 19, 2004 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, wipes off the face of her trainer Alison Payne, as she trains in... 
Boston, USA 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, wipes off the face of her trainer Alison Payne, as she trains i..... 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, wipes off the face of her trainer Alison Payne, as she trains in the tasks that monkeys provide for the disabled at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston in this photograph taken May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. 
MONKEY COLLEGE
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May 19, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, drinks from her bottle as she sits on the shoulder of quadriplegic... 
Boston, USA 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, drinks from her bottle as she sits on the shoulder of quadriple..... 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, drinks from her bottle as she sits on the shoulder of quadriplegic Travis Roy while getting to know each other at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston in this photograph taken May 18, 2004. Roy, a youth hockey star, was left paralyzed in 1995 after being injured only eleven seconds into the first game of his much anticipated college hockey career. He is now both a benefactor and prospective client of the monkey helpers organization. 
MONKEY COLLEGE
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May 19, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a bottle from inside a closed microwave oven as she demonstrates... 
Boston, USA 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a bottle from inside a closed microwave oven as she d..... 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a bottle from inside a closed microwave oven as she demonstrates for quadriplegic Travis Roy at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston in this photograph taken May 18, 2004. Roy, a youth hockey star, was left paralyzed in 1995 after being injured only eleven seconds into the first game of his much anticipated college hockey career. He is now both a benefactor and prospective client of the monkey helpers organization. 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 18, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a compact disc from inside a cd player as she demonstrates... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY RETRIEVES COMPACT DISC FROM INSIDE CD PLAYER AT MONKEY COLLEGE. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a compact disc from inside a cd player as she demonstrates the tasks that trained monkeys can accomplish for the disabled at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston in this photograph taken May 18, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll many more student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program and then provide them to the disabled for assistance. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/FEATURE/LIFE-MONKEYS JRB/HB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 18, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, turns the pages of a phone book as she demonstrates how trained... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY TURNS THE PAGES OF A PHONE BOOK AT MONKEY COLLEGE IN BOSTON. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, turns the pages of a phone book as she demonstrates how trained monkeys can help the disabled or paralyzed to read at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston in this photograph taken May 18, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll many more student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program and then provide them to the disabled for assistance. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/FEATURE/LIFE-MONKEYS JRB/HB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 18, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, drinks from her bottle as she sits on the shoulder of quadriplegic... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY DRINKS FROM BOTTLE AS SHE SITS ON DISABLED MANS SHOULDER AT MONKEY COLLEGE. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, drinks from her bottle as she sits on the shoulder of quadriplegic Travis Roy while getting to know each other at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston in this photograph taken May 18, 2004. Roy, a youth hockey star, was left paralyzed in 1995 after being injured only eleven seconds into the first game of his much anticipated college hockey career. He is now both a benefactor and prospective client of the monkey helpers organization. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/FEATURE/LIFE-MONKEYS JRB/HB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 18, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a bottle from inside a closed microwave oven as she demonstrates... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY RETRIEVES BOTTLE FROM INSIDE MICROWAVE OVEN AT MONKEY COLLEGE. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a bottle from inside a closed microwave oven as she demonstrates for quadriplegic Travis Roy at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston in this photograph taken May 18, 2004. Roy, a youth hockey star, was left paralyzed in 1995 after being injured only eleven seconds into the first game of his much anticipated college hockey career. He is now both a benefactor and prospective client of the monkey helpers organization. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/FEATURE/LIFE-MONKEYS JRB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 18, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a compact disc from inside a closed cd player as she demonstrates... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY RETRIEVES COMPACT DISC FROM INSIDE CD PLAYER AT MONKEY COLLEGE. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a compact disc from inside a closed cd player as she demonstrates for quadriplegic Travis Roy at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston in this photograph taken May 18, 2004. Roy, a youth hockey star, was left paralyzed in 1995 after being injured only eleven seconds into the first game of his much anticipated college hockey career. He is now both a benefactor and prospective client of the monkey helpers organization. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/FEATURE/LIFE-MONKEYS JRB/HB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 18, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, shows off her ability to operate a video cassette recorder by removing... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY SHOWS OFF HER ABILITY TO OPERATE VCR FOR DISABLED AT MONKEY COLLEGE. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, shows off her ability to operate a video cassette recorder by removing a tape as she demonstrates for quadriplegic Travis Roy in this photograph taken May 18, 2004 at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston. Roy, a high-school hockey star, was left paralyzed after being injured only eleven seconds into the first game of his much anticipated college hockey career. He is now both a benefactor and prospective client of the monkey helpers organization. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/FEATURE/LIFE-MONKEYS JRB/HB 
MONKEYS
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May 08, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, reacts to something in the room during a news conference led by... 
Boston, USA 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, reacts to something in the room during a news conference led by..... 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, reacts to something in the room during a news conference led by her handler and "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" Executive Director Judi Zazula (R) announcing the opening ceremonies of the organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston May 7, 2004. [The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program.] 
MONKEYS
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May 08, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, reacts to the applause of the crowd during the opening ceremonies... 
Boston, USA 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, reacts to the applause of the crowd during the opening ceremoni..... 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, reacts to the applause of the crowd during the opening ceremonies of the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston May 7, 2004. [The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program.] 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 07, 2004 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, places a mouth stick used by paralyzed people to push buttons or... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY PLACES STICK IN TRAINERS MOUTH DURING TRAINING DRILLS AT MONKEY COLLEGE. 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, places a mouth stick used by paralyzed people to push buttons or manipulate items between the teeth of her trainer Alison Payne, as she trains in the tasks that monkeys provide for the disabled at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston in this photograph taken May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/FEATURE/LIFE-MONKEYS JRB/HB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 07, 2004 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, wipes off the face of her trainer Alison Payne, as she trains in... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY WIPES OFF TRAINERS FACE DURING TRAINING DRILLS AT MONKEY COLLEGE. 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, wipes off the face of her trainer Alison Payne, as she trains in the tasks that monkeys provide for the disabled at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston in this photograph taken May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/FEATURE/LIFE-MONKEYS JRB/HB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 07, 2004 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a bottle from inside a closed refrigerator for her trainer... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY RETRIEVES BOTTLE FROM REFRIGERATOR FOR TRAINERS IN WHEELCHAIR AT MONKEY COLLEGE. 
Toby, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a bottle from inside a closed refrigerator for her trainer Alison Payne, as she trains in the tasks that monkeys provide for the disabled at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston in this photograph taken May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/FEATURE/LIFE-MONKEYS JRB/HB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 07, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, takes control of the microphone at the opening ceremonies of the... 
Boston, USA 
MONKEY TAKES CONTROL OF MICROPHONE AT OPENING OF MONKEY COLLEGE IN BOSTON. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, takes control of the microphone at the opening ceremonies of the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in the 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. REUTERS/Jim Bourg JRB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 07, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, reacts to something in the room during a news conference led by... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY REACTS DURING MONKEY COLLEGE OPENING DAY NEWS CONFERENCE. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, reacts to something in the room during a news conference led by her handler and "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" Executive Director Judi Zazula (R) announcing the opening ceremonies of the organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. REUTERS/Jim Bourg JRB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 07, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, reacts to the applause of the crowd during the opening ceremonies... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY REACTS TO CHEERS OF CROWD AT MONKEY COLLEGE OPENING CEREMONIES. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, reacts to the applause of the crowd during the opening ceremonies of the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. REUTERS/Jim Bourg JRB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 07, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, waits through speeches with a baby bottle full of water during the... 
Boston, USA 
MONKEY WAITS WITH BOTTLE THROUGH MONKEY COLLEGE OPENING CEREMONIES. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, waits through speeches with a baby bottle full of water during the opening ceremonies of the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. REUTERS/Jim Bourg JRB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 07, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, plays with a telephone during a news conference announcing the opening... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY PLAYS WITH TELEPHONE AT MONKEY COLLEGE NEWS CONFERENCE. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, plays with a telephone during a news conference announcing the opening ceremonies of the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. REUTERS/Jim Bourg JRB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 07, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, plays with a telephone as Judi Zazula (R), Executive Director of... 
UNITED STATES 
MONKEY LISTENS TO NEWS CONFERENCE AT OPENING OF MONKEY COLLEGE IN BOSTON. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, plays with a telephone as Judi Zazula (R), Executive Director of the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization, speaks to the media during a news conference at the opening ceremonies of the non profit organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. REUTERS/Jim Bourg JRB 
LIFE MONKEYS
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May 07, 2004 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, takes control of the microphone at the opening ceremonies of the... 
Boston, USA 
MONKEY TAKES CONTROL OF MICROPHONE AT OPENING OF MONKEY COLLEGE IN BOSTON. 
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, takes control of the microphone at the opening ceremonies of the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in the Brighton section of Boston May 7, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll hundreds of new student monkeys in the 2-3 year "monkey college" training program. REUTERS/Jim Bourg JRB 
TONIGHT SHOW
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May 01, 2003 
A Capuchin monkey wraps its tail around talk show host Jay Leno's face
during a taping of "The Tonight... 
Burbank, United States of America 
NEW ZEALAND MAMMAL APPEARS ON THE TONIGHT SHOW. 
A Capuchin monkey wraps its tail around talk show host Jay Leno's face
during a taping of "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" at the NBC studios
in Burbank, California May 1, 2003. The monkey was featured in a
segment on unique animals on the program. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

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