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Topic - Patti Frazier
At best, an animal will hold still for 30 seconds, but most are calm for just a few seconds, long enough to get a usable image, before they wiggle free, Frazier said.
Frazier said one ape didn't like the wand and when told to show his chest, covered it with hay before turning toward his trainer.