Captive chimpanzees show signs of compromised mental health.
"Such abnormal behaviour has been attributed to the fact that many zoo-living chimpanzees have little opportunity to adjust association patterns, occupy restricted and barren spaces compared to the natural habitat, and have large parts of their lives substantially managed by humans."
That sounds familiar. Oh, wait, they're talking about chimps.
"Controlled diets and provisioned feeding contrast radically with the ever-changing foraging and decision-making processes of daily life in the wild."
Magic 8 ball says: Uncle Sam, Marion Nestle, Robert Lustig and the CSPI will be paying you a visit, in the near future.