Animal rights attorney Steven Wise appears on Thursday before a state appeals court in Manhattan to argue in support of habeas corpus petitions on behalf of two captive chimpanzees, the latest battle in his nearly 30-year fight for the personhood of animals.

Wise, president of the Coral Gables, Florida-based Nonhuman Rights Project, has experienced a string of rulings against him by New York courts.

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