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Hallmark Cards Comes Under Fire for Selling Chimpanzee Greeting Cards

Dr. Jane Goodall first revealed that the “smile” exhibited by chimpanzees on greeting cards is actually a fear grimace, which is a sign that a chimpanzee is deeply afraid.... The post Hallmark Cards Comes Under Fire for Selling Chimpanzee Greeting Cards appeared first on PETA.
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