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Activists protest against exploitation of monkey labor outside Thai embassy in Jakarta

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Jakarta, Dec 8 (EFE/EPA).- Animal rights activists, wearing prison suits and monkey masks, participated in a protest Tuesday against the exploitation of monkey labor in Thailand’s coconut insdustry, outside the Thai embassy in the Indonesian capital. (Camera: MAST IRHAM).SHOT LIST: ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS PROTEST AGAINST THE EXPLOITATION OF MONKEY LABOR OUTSIDE THE EMBASSY OF THAILAND IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA.

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