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Update – The Next Step for Tung-Nguen

(Scroll down for English) หลังจากที่ ‘ ถุงเงิน ‘ ค่างแว่น(ถิ่นใต้)ตัวเมีย อยู่ในบริเวณกักกันเเละได้รับการตรวจสุขภาพอย่างใกล้ชิดจากทีมสัตวเเพทย์เป็นเวลา2เดือนเต็มๆ ตอนนี้ก็ถึงเวลาที่ ’ ถุงเงิน ‘ พร้อมที่จะได้ออกไปเจอเพื่อนใหม่เเล้ว ทางทีมสัตวเเพทย์ได้นำ ’ ถุงเงิน ‘ มาอยู่บ้านใหม่ติดกับลิงค่าง 3 ตัวที่เราหวังจะรวมเข้าด้วยกันในอนาคต ขั้นตอนต่อไปเราจะค่อยๆเริ่มทำให้พวกเขารู้จักกันมากขึ้น การที่จะรวมสัตว์ที่อยู่ตัวเดียวมานานมาอยู่ร่วมกับตัวอื่นๆเป็นกระบวนการที่ใช้เวลาค่อนข้างนาน เเต่จากการสังเกตุจากทีมสัตวเเพทย์ชี้ให้เราเห็นว่า ‘ ถุงเงิน ‘ ได้ แสดงความสนใจต่อเพื่อนบ้านใหม่ของเธอเอามากๆ เราหวังว่าอีกไม่นานจะสามารถรวมพวกเขาให้อยู่ด้วยกันได้ คุณสามารถอ่านเรื่องเต็มของ ‘ ถุงเงิน ‘ ได้ที่ https://bit.ly/2VDOk70 After spending 2 months adjusting to her new life and a new diet…

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LATEST RESCUE — 3 Monkeys in 1 Day

LATEST RESCUE --- 3 Monkeys in 1 Day The WFFT Rescue Team headed to Chumphon this week with a little trepidation. The last trip did not end well for the team or the vehicle as they fell victim to Thailand’s notorious traffic. However when animals are in need of help…

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WFFT Highlights – February 2019

-We had many releases this month! Kicking things off were 3 wild male macaques who were raiding homes. They were relocated to a safe protected area. -We have had numerous wildfires near us lately which may have contributed to why this rat snake waltzed right into our hospital. It was…

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Evolution

Today is Darwin’s birthday! We’ve compiled some interesting evolutionary facts about our rescued wildlife. Did you know there is a “6 legged” tortoise and that lorises have 2 tongues? Check it out! https://youtu.be/XbAJy2MxUyc

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Weekly Roundup (Nov 16 – 30, 2018)

These highlights feature the rescue of a juvenile langur from a life in chains, a spa day with an elephant, a release of a feisty loris, transfer of a deer to a pre-release center, an orangutan using tools, and a heartwarming afternoon with a foster mom and her adopted baby…

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Weekly Roundup (Oct 16 – 31, 2018)

These highlights include the emergency rescue of a gorgeous white-thighed langur, an injured pregnant macaque, the repair of a fractured turtle shell, elephant wound care, bears feasting on honeycombs, and silly hospital infants. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/E5hghsiekis

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Monkey Vs Ape

Here’s a very cute demonstration of the basic differences between monkeys and apes! No apes have tails while most monkeys do. Apes also tend to swing from branch to branch while monkeys tend to jump and run along them. Mee Na is a 6 month old white handed gibbon and…

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Check out Courageous Kanoon’s Amazing Progress

Kanoon, the orphan baby langur (see his story here: https://www.wfft.org/primates/primate-rescue-orphan-langur-kanoon/), is getting better and better by the day. His injuries are almost completely healed, and his appetite is huge. He has started to learn how to climb a little, under the supervision of WFFT Wildlife Hospital Vet Team, and his…

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Say hello to Peach!!!

WFFT does not encourage or promote the unnecessary breeding of captive wildlife however accidents sometimes happen. And here is Peach (his mothers name is Lukwa, Plum in Thai), a baby dusky langur who first see the light of the day just last week. He is doing good with his mom Lukwa.…

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Dusky Langur – Rescued > Relocated

Two days ago we received a call from some concerned locals that had found a dusky langur (Trachypithecus obscurus) wandering around their garden close to a busy road, far away from any known habitat for this species. The WFFT Wildlife Rescue Team headed out to investigate. The langur in question…

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Another Orphan Arrives at WFFT….

Yesterday we had yet another addition to the growing number of orphaned infants at the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre. A family drove 12 hours from southern Thailand to seek care and hand over a 7-month old female langur that they had been keeping as a pet. She had begun to…

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Dusky Langur Rescued and Released

A few days ago we received a call from the Kasetsart University Veterinary Hospital in Hua Hin about a wild dusky langur (Trachypithecus obscurus) that had been brought to them by a human rescue NGO in Pranburi after being found ‘lost’ in a hotel in central Pranburi, far from its…

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Update – Piak and Makood Become Great Friends…

Recently rescued orphaned baby monkeys Piak, the dusky langur, and Makood, the long-tailed macaque have become firm friends. They are two of our youngest residents, being infant primates they require round the clock care from our dedicated team. During the day they have time to play together, even though they…

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Rescue of spectacled langur baby

The WFFT mobile wildlife rescue team was again contacted over the last weekend to help out a few unfortunate wild animals. The first victim of the illegal wildlife trade and hunt this weekend was "Piak" a very young spectacled langur baby. Piak has been living in the jungles of Ranong…

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