“I think you’ll find it very quiet in here,” he says, his hand resting flat upon the door to the first of many rooms full of caged rhesus monkeys. “These guys are used to people.”
I catch our reflection in the window of the door as Buddy slides it open. We don’t look like people to me.
Inside the controversial world of animal testing on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus
Madison Magazine, June 2008
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—Maggie Ginsberg is an award-winning freelance writer in Madison, Wisconsin