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In 2014, an Argentina court ruled that Sandra was a sentient being with thoughts and feelings, and that she was a “non-human person” who had been wrongfully deprived of her freedom in the zoo. This photo was used to illustrate Brandon Keim’s article “An Orangutan Has (Some) Human Rights, Argentine Court Rules,” Wired, December 22, 2014. Photo: Roger Schultz/Flickr.

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November 23, 2016

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