Posted on December 22, 2012
Monkeys and apes face daily threats from poachers. From illegal loggers. From people who want to use them as pets, or for traditional medicine, or in research.
An IPPL-supported campaign by Fundacion Entropika resulted in a ban on the Colombian night monkey trade this summer. (see ANIMAL POST “Night Monkeys” August 28)
Thailand’s Highland Farm sanctuary now has a new pickup—thanks to IPPL’s supporters.
This fall, IPPL sent out an appeal for the C.A.R.E. baboon sanctuary in South Africa to help them rebuild in the wake of a tragic fire.
The staff (and baboons) at C.A.R.E. thank everyone who contributed to IPPL’s campaign for emergency assistance.
Thanks to IPPL’s supporters—primates around the world have a better chance of surviving into the future.