foundations for new night house building the foundations for a night house Can you spy a Vervet monkey in their new habitat? Mufajaa with his new monkey family.

Israeli Primate Sanctuary Foundation

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The Israeli Primate Sanctuary Foundation ( IPSF) is a registered non-profit organization whose purpose is to save and rehabilitate monkeys in need. This includes monkeys who have been rescued/retired from research laboratories, those who have been illegally smuggled into the country and any other monkey at risk. The rehabilitation process is carried out in our Sanctuary, which was started in 1996. As of the beginning of 2014, the Sanctuary was home to over 300 monkeys, including long-tail macaque, capuchin, baboon, vervet, marmoset, colobus, etc. Additional populations (groups) and individual primates are continually referred. In 2014, the Sanctuary accepted a request from the Mini...

Project Leaders
Deborah Dvir
Tamar Fredman
Organization Information
Israeli Primate Sanctuary
Kfar Daniel, 7312500

  BRIDGE# 1454536425
Organization Information
Israeli Primate Sanctuary
Kfar Daniel, 7312500

  BRIDGE# 1454536425

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Feb 26, 2018
Second section of vervet home is almost finished!
We are continuing the hard work to finish building the vervet home. Thanks to the help of volunteers and staff from the Israeli Turtle Rescue Center who came to help – the next section of the...
Nov 27, 2017
An In-Depth Look at the Exotic Pet Trade and its Victims
If you recall in our last update, we told the story of Mufajaa, our latest victim of the exotic pet trade. An extremely lucrative business, the exotic pet trade, second only to that of arms and drug...
Jul 3, 2017
Another Young Vervet Monkey Saved from the Illegal Exotic Pet Trade
We have even more exciting (and adorable) news to share with you!  From our last update, you learned about a young female vervet monkey who was being advertised on Facebook as a pet for...
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