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‘Problem’ LTM Male Successfully Relocated

A few days ago we received a call from some concerned monks about an adult long-tailed macaque that had taken up residence at a temple close to the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre. The macaque in question had moved far away from any other known population of macaques so the WFFT…

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Infant Male Long-tailed Macaque Rescued

A few days ago we received a call about a very young infant long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) that had been found after being abandoned by his mother. He was found one month prior to being brought into the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre and given the name ‘Phubai’. A de-sexing program…

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Aping around with Maggie and Chico

We recently created a new rope bridge for the WFFT’s resident orangutans, Maggie and Chico, this corridor allows them to cross over a small road next the the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre directly into the trees within the forest area where they are taken each day. Maggie used the rope…

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Injured Infant Macaque ‘Hope’ in a Critical Condition

A few days ago we received reports of a critically injured infant male long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis), that had been found close to a temple inhabited by a large troop of macaques. The rescue team headed out straight away to investigate. Upon arrival to the scene, the severity of his…

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In Chains No More – WFFT Welcomes Warnorn

Warnorn the five-year-old male long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) is free from chains after spending the first five years of his life with humans after his mother was butchered and eaten. Warnorn was found in March 2011 on an island in southern Thailand when he was a young baby. We are…

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Here is a Wonderful story for the Weekend….

A few days ago we said a very happy goodbye to one of our very special temporary residents and her infant. ‘Patti Harn’ (English: Miracle) the long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) and her infant ‘Mali’ (English: Jasmine) where released back to the wild after spending approximately 5 months here at the…

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Wild Long-tailed Macaque Rescue

Last week the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Team headed out to Phetchaburi to investigate a report from a concerned local about a young male long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) that had been hit by a car. Upon arrival to the scene, the team found a young male that had sustained serious injuries…

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Maggie and Chico meet up!

It has been over 5 months now since Maggie was dumped at WFFT and almost a month since Chico was handed over the WFFT. We have had both orang utans (see their original stories on the timeline) go through quarantine and check-ups and we found them finally ready to meet…

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Endangered Elongated Tortoises Rescued

Last week three endangered elongated Tortoise tortoises (Indotestudo elongata) were brought into the WFFT Wildlife Rescue by a concerned local who had ‘found’ them close to his home in area populated by many people, he feared that someone would catch them and eat them. All three little tortoises seem in…

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Welcome to “Wassana”!

We would like you to meet "Wassana" an elephant that has worked in the tourism industry for over 40 years. She was rescued two days ago after a very successful fundraising party in Sydney two months ago. This poor old elephant arrived to the WFFT Elephant Refuge after undergoing a…

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Another ‘Ex-pet’ Slow Loris in need of Urgent Care

A young male Bengal slow loris (Nycticebus bengalensis) named ‘Chin’ was brought into the WFFT Wildlife Hospital for treatment after his ‘owners’ had noticed a deterioration in his health. After being checked over by the WFFT Vet Team it has been determined that this poor little one has metabolic bone…

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Long-tailed Macaque in Critical Condition

Yesterday some concerned locals brought a severely injured male long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) the the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre. He had been found unable to move on the ground by the side of a road in Phetchaburi. Our first assumption was that he had been hit by a car, as…

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