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Moving Time for 17 Rescued Macaques

Here at WFFT we continuously strive to create wonderful habitats for our rescued inhabitants. This week the construction of a new open top macaque field was completed allowing us to start to relocate some of our long-term resident macaque troops around, creating new exciting enriching environments for them. Firstly, we moved ‘Fridays Troop’ of 9 individuals into the new field, and then the ‘Baby Troop’ of 17 macaques composed of juveniles and adults, were moved in the field Fridays Troop lived in.

Here are some images of the big move of the Baby Troop and their thrilling reactions to their new home. After release the macaques spent hours exploring the large new, which has more then doubled in

Please see below a selection of rescue stories of some of the macaques –

Rescue Story ‘Jack’ – https://www.wfft.org/primates/another-primate-rescued-life-chains-meet-jack-long-tailed-macaque/

Rescue Story ‘Hin’ – https://www.wfft.org/primates/hin-an-unfortunate-macaque/

Rescue Story – ‘Pokemon’ – https://www.wfft.org/primates/electrocuted-macaque-receives-life-saving-amputation-surgery/

Rescue Story – ‘Tee Dee’ – https://www.wfft.org/primates/baby-pig-tail-macaque-tee-daa-settles-in-at-wfft/

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