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Should a chimp be able to sue its owner?

Should a chimp be able to sue its owner?

The Nonhuman Rights Project plans to file lawsuits on behalf of multiple members of the great ape family (bonobos, orangutans and gorillas) as well as dolphins, orcas, belugas, elephants and African gray parrots—all beings with higher-order cognitive abilities.

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