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How do we rescue coconut picking monkeys at WFFT?

After the recent news about coconut picking monkeys (Northern and Southern Pig-tailed Macaques) in Thailand went viral we have been overwhelmed with requests by monkey owners to take in their animals, resulting in a tricky situation for our wildlife rescue centre. Our quarantine facilities are already overrun with rescued primates…

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Photo Diary – Canoe’s First Day in his New Home

Two days ago courageous Canoe the recently rescued chimpanzee walked on soil, climbed trees and looked at the sky for the first time. This handsome boy amazed us all with his courage. Canoe has settled in to his new spacious home.   Some of you may have followed the live…

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Isolated for 35 Years – Canoe the City Chimp

ภาษาไทยด้านล่าง Yesterday we achieved something that just a few weeks ago seemed impossible. After weeks of discussions with the owner of a chimpanzee housed at a closed school in central Bangkok, we were finally able to free Canoe. WFFT first heard about Canoe years ago from an ex-student of the…

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Back to the Forest for these Loris

ภาษาไทยด้านล่างนะครับ As the rest of the world closes down we must continue to save animals and provide care for the 700+ currently housed at WFFT. A few days ago, we released two Bengal slow loris into Thailand’s largest National Park, Kaeng Krachan. Thank you to the team at KKNP for…

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Released & Rescued in One Day

On the way back from releasing a Long-tailed Macaque back into the wild this morning, we received a call informing us that a young Long-tailed Macaque had just been struck by a car nearby!
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