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June 09, 2007
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region...
Sukhumi, Georgia
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region...
A monkey sits in a cage in a primate station in Sukhumi, the capital of the Georgian break-away region of Abkhazia, June 8, 2007. In Soviet times a leading institute for the study of diseases by way of experimenting with primates, the station has been struggling to keep its scientific work running since Abkhazia broke away from central Georgian rule during a war of independence in the early nineties. Its former population of about 6000 monkeys has been reduced to some 300 primates and funding from the unrecognized Abkhaz government is meagre, the institute said. Picture taken June 8, 2007. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GEORGIA)
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