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Monday, January 25, 2010

Florida has custody trial for chimpanzee

From the "Not Without My Monkey" Department: In Sarasota, a Missouri man is trying to win custody of an 11-month-old chimpanzee, worth about $65,000, though his ex-wife says it's a different animal and not part of their divorce. I am not making this up -- they were literally fighting over the possibility of a DNA test.

(Again, not remotely crime-related ...


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