BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 6, 2015 - The Sumatran orangutan, called Sandra, reacts in her cage in the Buenos Aires Zoo, in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Jan. 5, 2015. According to the local press, on Dec. 2014, Argentina's justice recognised basic rights as a non-human subject to an orangutan, that has lived for 20 years in the Buenos Aires Zoo, and gave her a resource of Habeas Corpus, a legal figure used for cases of people deprived of their freedom, so the orangutan Sandra, that will be 29 years old on February, may be transferred to a sanctuary, and live almost free.
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