Protesters hold up placards outside Downing Street, London on Monday to protest against the decision to euthanise Geronimo, an alpaca which has tested positive for bovine tuberculosis. Photo: AFP Protesters hold up placards outside Downing Street, London on Monday to protest against the decision to euthanise Geronimo, an alpaca which has tested positive for bovine tuberculosis. Photo: AFP
Protesters hold up placards outside Downing Street, London on Monday to protest against the decision to euthanise Geronimo, an alpaca which has tested positive for bovine tuberculosis. Photo: AFP
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Protesters in London call on British government to spare condemned alpaca Geronimo

  • Dozens of protesters are casting doubt on the accuracy of positive tests showing Geronimo has bovine tuberculosis
  • The demonstrators had been due to be accompanied by several alpacas on their march through Westminster, but they were not brought along over safety concerns

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Protesters hold up placards outside Downing Street, London on Monday to protest against the decision to euthanise Geronimo, an alpaca which has tested positive for bovine tuberculosis. Photo: AFP Protesters hold up placards outside Downing Street, London on Monday to protest against the decision to euthanise Geronimo, an alpaca which has tested positive for bovine tuberculosis. Photo: AFP
Protesters hold up placards outside Downing Street, London on Monday to protest against the decision to euthanise Geronimo, an alpaca which has tested positive for bovine tuberculosis. Photo: AFP
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