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We begin with an update on the famous monkey selfie legal case, based on the iconic photo which Naruto, a wild crested macaque, snapped of himself. A federal court has invalidated the settlement between PETA lawyers and the camera’s owner, emphasizing that Naruto may not own legal rights to the image. Attorney Bob Ferber, former Los Angeles animal cruelty prosecutor, explains how it all went down and what the ruling might mean going forward.
Peter then talks about safe and unsafe driving habits when dogs are in the car. Then, Jen Riley joins Peter to provide a preview about this year’s Animal Rights National Conference. It’s an ideal event for anyone who cares about animals. It takes place June 28- July 1 at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel near LAX.
To conclude, how much do you know about bees? Take our quiz about bee facts along with Peter.
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