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Stephen Fry Supports Cornish Charity Campaign

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3:40pm 11th June 2014
(Updated 3:40pm 11th June 2014)

Stephen Fry is backing a Looe charity's campaign to stop people keeping monkeys as pets.

Wild Futures rescued Joey after he was taken from the rainforest and kept in a cage for nine years.

The Capuchin was left with a fused spine.

Now the star has adopted him and made a video supporting the charity's work.

3:40pm 11th June 2014

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