There are grotesque, invasive brain experiments happening to monkeys inside laboratories at UCLA with your tax dollars. You need to know what is happening behind closed doors.
Experimenters cut open the monkey’s head and implant a head holder device that they secure by drilling multiple screws into the monkey’s skull. Then, they push a needle through the monkey’s eye to implant a wire loop. The monkeys are forced to undergo a second surgery later where a larger hole is cut from their skull and a metal plate is implanted deep inside their brain. But this is only the beginning of their suffering.
Experimenters fit the monkeys with a bulky collar that they use to hook a restraint pole to every time they need to move them from their cage to the experiment chair. In order to “train” the monkeys to “accept the pole for restraint,” experimenters withhold water from the monkeys so that they will be thirsty enough to obey orders.
In fact, throughout their lives in the lab, these monkeys are deprived of water to coerce them into behavior that experimenters want. It doesn’t take them long to learn to follow orders so they can finally have some water, one drop at a time.