An Ohio State student is recovering from an attack by a chimpanzee at an animal research facility owned by the school.
The woman suffered minor injuries when an 80-pound chimp named Sarah pulled her toward a cage and bit her around Saturday. OSU spokesman Earl Holland said the school isn't sure what prompted the attack.
School officials would not release the student's name or age. She was treated at Riverside Methodist Hospital.
The chimpanzee -- named Sarah -- is 47 years old and has been at the OSU Chimpanzee Center since 1987. She has learned an artificial language system and understands the numbers zero through six.
The center was founded in 1983 and has five adult chimps and four adolescents.