In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2013, a baby chimp lounges with its mother at Chimp Haven in Keithville, La. One hundred and eleven chimpanzees will be coming from a south Louisiana laboratory to Chimp Haven, the national sanctuary for chimpanzees retired from federal research. More than 22,000 great apes are estimated to have been traded illegally over a seven-year period ending in 2011. That's about 3,000 a year; more than half are chimpanzees, the U.N. report said. (AP Photo/Janet McConnaughey)

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In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2013, a baby chimp lounges with its mother at Chimp Haven in Keithville, La. One hundred and eleven chimpanzees will be coming from a south Louisiana laboratory to Chimp Haven, the national sanctuary for chimpanzees retired from federal research. More than 22,000 great apes are estimated to have been traded illegally over a seven-year period ending in 2011. That's about 3,000 a year; more than half are chimpanzees, the U.N. report said. (AP Photo/Janet McConnaughey)
In this photo taken Feb. 19, 2013, a baby chimp lounges with its mother at Chimp Haven in Keithville, La. One hundred and eleven chimpanzees will be coming from a south Louisiana laboratory to Chimp Haven, the national sanctuary for chimpanzees retired from federal research. More than 22,000 great apes are estimated to have been traded illegally over a seven-year period ending in 2011. That's about 3,000 a year; more than half are chimpanzees, the U.N. report said. (AP Photo/Janet McConnaughey)
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