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ทราบไหมครับว่าลายของเสือเเต่ละตัวนั้นไม่ซ้ำกันเลยแม้แต่ตัวเดียว ไม่ว่าจะเป็นลายทั้งสองข้างของลำตัวและลวดลายด้านข้างของใบหน้าซึ่งทำให้เเต่ละตัวนั้นมีเอกลักษณ์ที่เเตกต่างกันออกไป เปรียบเทียบได้เหมือนกันกับลายนิ้วมือของคน คุณสามารถสนับสนุนเราได้โดยการ เยี่ยมชม > อาสาสมัคร > บริจาค www.wfft.org

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Elephant Herds Increasing Despite Thai Tragedy

Plans to protect elephants should focus on protecting habitat, curbing conflict with humans and proper punishment of poachers. Rangers at Khao Yai National Park in central Thailand heard the trumpeting of distressed elephants several hours before dawn on Saturday October 5.
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Release and Rescue

WFFT had an action packed Saturday morning with a release and surprise emergency rescue! Some concerned locals found Salee the samba deer alone in the forest and brought her to their home in Hua Hin. After a week of caring for her, she was surrendered to WFFT. What people often…

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Release of Temple Turtles

About a month ago we rescued over 60 turtles from deplorable conditions at a temple. They spent this time rehabilitating in our new enclosures with fresh food, water, and shelter. 27 (Black Marsh, Giant Asian Pond, Mountain Hinged, Box, and Snail Eating) vulnerable and endangered turtles were released this week…

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Meet Makham (Tamarind)- Another Slow Loris Saved

Over the past few weeks we have had numerous infant slow loris brought into the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre. A few days ago this little one was found in a basket outside a 7/11 store and was picked up by a tourist and brought to us. This small male Bengal…

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Two Special Souls Saved in One Day

Yesterday two very special female macaques were rescued. Both had been kept as pets at separate locations in the city of Bangkok, their ‘owners’ had decided that they no longer wanted to care for them and had contacted WFFT for help. So yesterday the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Team headed to…

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King and David are Enjoying their Bright New Life

Last week lots of you were heartened by the story of those 2 little guys: https://www.wfft.org/primates/sad-souls-empty-eyes/ We want to thank you all for your support and kind words! We are happy to share with you some good news. They are both doing amazing considering the hell they have been through!…

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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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