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SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Four baboons are back in an enclosure after escaping briefly from a San Antonio medical research center.
Officials at the Southwest National Primate Research Center, which is part of the Texas Biomedical Research Institute, say three of the baboons were captured within about 30 minutes Saturday after they managed to get out of their enclosure and beyond a perimeter fence. A fourth animal also was accounted for later.
It is important to note that the article goes on to state the following:
The center has about 2,900 nonhuman primates — 1,100 of them baboons — used in research on chronic and infectious diseases.
— Hyper Observer (@HyperObserver) April 15, 2018
— WHIO-TV (@whiotv) April 15, 2018
JUST IN: #kens5eyewitness viewer Jannell Bouton sent us this photo of a baboon that escaped from an enclosure on Saturday afternoon. Texas Biomedical Research Institute confirms that 4 baboons, which are used for chronic disease research, did escape but are all now accounted for pic.twitter.com/nWXqCm1jQv
— Ashley Speller (@AshleyKENS5) April 15, 2018
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