A rhesus macaque that was captured Sept. 9 in Bath County might have been a research animal or a pet. It is being held in quarantine at the Primate Rescue Center in Jessamine County.
A rhesus macaque that was captured Sept. 9 in Bath County might have been a research animal or a pet. It is being held in quarantine at the Primate Rescue Center in Jessamine County. Photo provided
A rhesus macaque that was captured Sept. 9 in Bath County might have been a research animal or a pet. It is being held in quarantine at the Primate Rescue Center in Jessamine County. Photo provided

Expert: Monkey used in research before it was captured in Bath County

September 10, 2015 01:47 PM

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