Police opened an investigation earlier this week after receiving a disappearance report for a expensive monkey, apparently worth thousands of shekels, from a zoo in Kiryat Motzkin.
The experiment took place at the Peking Union Medical College in Beijing and used rhesus macaques as test subjects, as they are relatively similar to humans.
The vaccinated monkeys did not develop any coronavirus symptoms, while the unvaccinated monkeys did develop symptoms, with some dying.
The potential names are also being considered for a white-tailed deer born just over a fortnight ago.
The two gangs usually never interact, but circumstances have brought them into contact and conflict.
This is not the first noted instance of a potential interspecies war between humans and animals, with the most famous instance being the Emu War fought between Australians and emu birds.
All infant monkeys were found to have dye on their fur, skin or around the mouth, which caused a fatal allergic reaction.
According to Aish.com, pets cannot eat chametz on Passover.
Following complaints, inspectors of the Ministry of Agriculture arrived at the Sharon neighborhood, and after a review realized the animals had to be evacuated from their current conditions.
VW's lawyers argued those comments would prevent a fair trial.