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Orangutan Declared ‘Non-Human Person’ In Argentina


Orangutan Declared ‘Non-Human Person’ In Argentina


In a landmark ruling, an orangutan named Sandra held in an Argentine zoo has been recognized as a “non-human” person with basic legal rights. Local media reported on Dec. 21 Read MoreThe post Orangutan Declared ‘Non-Human Person’ In Argentina appeared first on Ecorazzi.

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