Animal-rights activists OUTRAGED about Florida fair’s monkey race

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The traditional ‘banana derby’, in which two Capuchin monkeys race around a track tied to dogs’ backs for the coveted prize of some of their favourite fruit, has sparked a BACKLASH from animal-rights activists this year. They gathered at the entrance of the fair in Broward County, South Florida to protest about the cruel nature of the event.

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