Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel

by Israeli Primate Sanctuary Foundation
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Building A New Home for Rescued Monkeys in Israel
Aug 19, 2019

Welcome Kylie

Kylie
Kylie

 

Kylie arrived from the laboratory and has started her rehabilitation. She has already been introduced to Martha and the two are enjoying each other's company.

Martha and Kylie are Barbados green monkeys (Chlorocebus sabaeus) who were brought to Brabadus by sailors from Africa more than 350 years ago.

We are waiting for the arrival of another female vervet from the same laboratory who is due to enter our sanctuary in September and will join Kylie.

We need your help to finish building the last enclosure so that Kylie and her new friends can move to a spacious open enclosure.

Once this last enclosure is built our "vervet project" will be completed!

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Israeli Primate Sanctuary Foundation

Location: Kfar Daniel - Israel
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Israeli Primate Sanctuary Foundation
Deborah Dvir
Project Leader:
Deborah Dvir
Kfar Daniel, Israel

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