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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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Samui Snake Rescues for November

WFFT's partner, Samui Snake and Wildlife Rescue, had a very busy November. They rescued 15 snakes, 4 tokays, 2 birds, and 2 sugar gliders. Great job, Phil!   The king cobra rescue was featured on the news as well. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/hKSef7sTQAg

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Life of Bryan…

Yesterday morning some local people brought a very badly injured Burmese Python (Python Bivittatus) to the WFFT Wildlife Hospital for urgent veterinary treatment. The python in question was found by the side of a road with a huge laceration along his body, some of his organs were exposed. They caught…

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Large Shipment Reptiles Seized in Laos

ກະລຸນນາກົດອ່ານພາສາລາວຂ້າງລຸ່ມ Earlier this week the Laos Wildlife Rescue Centre received call for help from the Laos Government regarding a large confiscation of animals at the Thai-Laos border. A man had tried to smuggle 70 juvenile reptiles of various species into Laos over the Thai-Laos Friendship Bridge, which crosses over the…

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Nagini Returns to the Wild

After 2 days in a recovery cage at the WFFT Wildlife being monitored by the WFFT Vet Team, Nagini, the biggest reticulated python we ever hosted at the center, has been returned back to the wild. Yesterday the vet team headed out to a protected forest area, where Nagini was…

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Is this the Biggest Snake you have ever seen…

Meet ‘Nagini’ the reticulated python (Python reticulatus) that was brought into the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre yesterday afternoon. She had been rescued by a kind concerned local who had stopped his neighbour from killing her after she had ‘stolen’ some of his livestock. The WFFT Vet Team open the bag…

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