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Monkeys (Chair) is a sculpture by the American artist Jeff Koons (112 x 23 x 26 in). It was made in 2002 within the framework of the Popeye Series and is now in possession of the Collection Uli Knecht .
Usage examples of monkeys.
She removed the four dead monkeys from their cages, holding them by the backs of the arms, and loaded them into plastic biohazard bags.
She double-bagged the monkeys, spraying each bag with bleach, and then she loaded the bags into cardboard biohazard containers-hatboxes-and sprayed them to decon them.
People who knew him recalled that he was affectionate with wild monkeys, that he had a special way with them.
They heard a scuffle of monkeys feeding in the trees, a hum of insects, an occasional low huh-huh call of a monkey.
They were colobus monkeys, and sometimes one would come down from a tree and scuttle across the meadow near the tent, watching them with alert, intelligent eyes.
The virus came to Germany hidden somewhere in a series of air shipment of monkeys totaling five or six hundred animals.
Behring Works vaccine factory who fed the monkeys and washed their cages.
International health authorities were urgently concerned to find the exact source of the monkeys, in order to pin down where in nature the Marburg virus lived.
It seemed pretty clear that the Marburg virus did not naturally circulate in monkeys, because it killed them so fast it could not successfully establish itself in them as a useful host.
Jones was working at a temporary job inspecting monkeys at the export facility in Entebbe from which the sick Marburg monkeys had been shipped, while regular veterinary inspector was on leave.
When, a few weeks later, the monkeys started the outbreak in Germany, Mr.
The boss of the company was having the sick monkeys put in boxes and shipped out to a small island in Lake Victoria, where they were released.
With so many sick monkeys running around it, the island could have become a focus for monkey viruses.
Jones thinks it is possible that the Marburg agent had established itself on the hot island, and was circulating among the monkeys there, an that some of the monkeys which ended up in Germany had actually come from that island.
If it had been revealed that the monkey trader was shipped off suspect monkeys collected on a suspect island, he could have been put out of business, and Uganda would have lost a source of valuable foreign cash.