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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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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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WFFT Gibbon Rehabilitation Islands

At the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Centre we have 8 gibbons rehabilitation islands in the large lake in front of the rescue centre. These rehabilitation islands were created to aid with the rehabilitation of the gibbons rescued by WFFT, far from human interference. Their diet is supplemented daily by the WFFT…

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Bobo has made a New, New friend!

For the second time this month, Bobo the female Southern pig-tailed Macaque rescued at the beginning of October 2017, who already found a friend in Nam Phet, also a female Southern Pig-tailed Macaque, rescue in August of this year ( See the full story of this touching friendship here:…

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Rescued Raptor

Yesterday we received a phone call about a bird who had fallen in the garden of a house and could not fly. The WFFT Wildlife Hospital Vet team went to rescue this poor little animal to see what was wrong. He is a black baza (Aviceda leuphotes), belonging to the…

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Happy International Gibbon Day!!

Happy International Gibbon Day!! WFFT is working to save these little apes from exploitation and extinction. #InternationalGibbonDay. Last week a very special gibbon pair got a new home. 'Dao' (Star) is a female Pileated gibbon (Hylobates pileatus) who is 7 years old and who was rescued when she was 7…

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Back to School!!!

A few days ago, the WFFT Wildlife Rescue Team received a phone call from a local primary school about a rogue male long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis) sneaking around the children and stealing food. He spent most of the time in the tallest tree within the school grounds, this made his…

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